Back to Biographies Christina Hallström
Amsterdams Grafisch Atelier(AGA)
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Christina Hallström was born and raised in Sweden, in 1998 she graduated at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Since then she has worked both as a visual artist and filmmaker of documentaries, 'art, music and dance films', based in Amsterdam.

Her work has been shown at several international film and art festivals. Her work 'Atlas' was exhibited at Tallinn Triennial during Impact 5. She also participated as a visual artist in several dance performances and she practises Bodyweather training regularly. Recently she finished Noctiluca Miliaris, a short video shot mainly below water on the west coast of Sweden.

Since 2004 she has been working as a printmaker and artist / manager at the Amsterdams Grafisch Atelier (AGA). There she specializes in screenprinting and large format digital printing. Since 1958 The AGA aims to be a workshop and production place for every professional artist who masters the graphic techniques and wants to explore them. These graphic techniques cover a vast area ranging from traditional nineteenth century craft techniques up to contemporary photographical, digital and other printing techniques and processes. The AGA stands for an experimental, multidisciplinary approach in the arts and tries to stand out as a non toxic printmaking studio. As a future laboratory the AGA wants to explore all (new) possibilities in art production. Furthermore the AGA is developing a program aimed at optimally using its contacts with related institutions for the artists who will be working here. This program entails workshops, master classes, presentations, guest artists and international exchange projects.


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