Chris Bullock lived and studied for two years at a Chinese university
in the city of Jinan, on a scholarship program. During his time there,
he created artwork using materials from junk markets. He also
participated in several group shows in the city. 

His style of artwork relies upon line drawings which are
simultaneously intricate yet freeflowing. He considers his art to be
the epitome of abstraction, though observers have compared them to
star maps, microscopic life, ancient Chinese pictographs, or visual
music. He takes inspiration from Paul Klee and Russian minimalism. His
collage, on the other hand, combines medical textbooks with erotic
magazines to create an uncomfortable juxtaposition of dry reality and
unrealistic fantasy.

He has been a member of NEXT Gallery, Zip37, and Art111 (Colorado Springs).

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