Christopher Richmond


  • AS How do we distinguish random movements from signals? A gesture combines bodily movement and meaning / Issue 14


Christopher Richmond’s work explores narrative form and qualities of time.  Through film and photography his work explores the fissure between story and discourse.  Inspired by philosophical theories and utilizing various film techniques, his work explores different ways of interpreting and understanding narrative’s structure and action.  He has shown his work widely, including exhibitions and screenings in Los Angeles, New York, Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. He has received degrees in cinematography and studio art.  He received his MFA from Roski School of Art and Design in 2014.  Christopher Richmond was born in 1986 in San Diego, California.  He currently lives and works in Los Angeles, California.