Caitlin Chaisson

Caitlin Chaisson is a New York-based interdisciplinary artist, writer, and curator whose research and practice revolves around questions pertaining to the body and natural environment, as well as the social systems which emanate from and inform one and the other.

Caitlin has recently presented work at the Charles H. Scott Gallery (Vancouver), Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, Unit/Pitt and Ranger Station Art Gallery (Harrison), while her writing has been published in Espace MagazineBreach MagazineDecoy MagazineRelate North and Canadian Art.

Caitlin is the founder of Far Afield, an artist-led initiative that supports rural and regionally-connected artistic and curatorial practices, and in addition to her professional curatorial work, Caitlin is currently an MA candidate in curatorial studies at Bard College.