Christo Allegra creates work at the intersection of information design, dynamic media, and narrative spaces. Christo reconsiders the context of information in order to examine the inherent assumptions of representational modes and the relationships between form and content.


Education

2014 School for Poetic Computation, Experimental Visualization
2008-2010 UCLA, Design Media | Arts, MFA
1991-1996 Johns Hopkins University, Writing Seminars, Media Studies, BFA

2007 Introduction to Processing, Anderson Ranch, Ben Fry
2006 Designing Interactive Installations, Anderson Ranch, Nikolai Cornell
2004 Web Animation for Artists, Anderson Ranch, Joshua Davis & Mark Tribe

Exhibitions

SFPC Student Showcase
Still Life With Data
2014 School for Poetic Computation, New York, NY

Attaboy
Set Design
2011 Wild Project & HERE Art Center, New York, NY

Hello World
Recollection, Installation
2010 New Wight Gallery, UCLA, Los Angeles, California

Digital to Physical
At the End of the Day (2008), Print
2009 Patton-Malott and Gideon Gartner Galler, Anderson Ranch, Aspen, Colorado

AFK [Away From Keyboard
Recession Series, Sculpture & Prints
2009 New Wight Gallery, UCLA, Los Angeles, California

Morphogenesis
Drawings and Projections
2008 Bermant Gallery, UCLA, Los Angeles, California

Elegy for a Midshipman
Sensor Driven Performance Projections
2007 PerfectDisgrace Theater, Dairy Center for the Arts, Boulder, Colorado

Survivor Status
Sensor Driven Environment
2006 Anderson Ranch, Aspen, Colorado