Christina Seely photographic work explores the ever-changing relationship between our way of life and the natural environment. Her most recent project, Lux, is a series of large-scale photographs documenting the artificial glow of cities in the three brightest regions on a NASA map of the world at night.
Christina has exhibited worldwide, most recently in San Francisco's City Hall, at The Museum of Contemporary Photography, Chicago, The Bronx Museum of the Arts in New York, and The Center for Photography at Woodstock. She is a MacDowell Fellow, participated in The Arctic Circle Program in 2010 and is a 2011 Headlands Center for the Arts Residency recipient. Christina's work is included in collections at, the Walker Art Center, The West Collection, Yale University, The MOCP, and the Boston Public Library.
Christina is also a founding member of the design collective Civil Twilight, creators of Lunar Resonant Streetlights, an innovative system of lighting that respond to moonlight, dimming and brightening each month as the moon cycles through it’s phases. Civil Twilight’s Streetlights won Metropolis Magazine’s, 2007 Next Generation Design Competition, were a finalist in the World Bank Competition “Lighting Africa”, the Buckminster Fuller Challenge, and the 2009 Index Design Awards.