University of British Columbia
Chris Eugene Mills is a Vancouver-based artist working through various disciplines all tangled up in the intersections that many call ‘new media’. Key concerns in his practice include understandings of built space within and outside the digital interface, loose material borders in the post-internet era, and the increasingly blurred and humorous (mis)understandings of our deeply-networked society. Current modes of engagement include late net-art, lens-based media, and machine drawing. Mills is currently pursuing a BFA in Visual Arts at the University of British Columbia, and after an active year of collaborations and group exhibitions, his recent work includes a public installation at a Vancouver Skytrain station and an exhibition in a garbage closet.
Chris Eugene Mills, 184.108.40.206 (Belgrade, Serbia), 2016, Digital still, 9:41s exposure