Christopher Kardambikis seeks an absurd mythology for the future through drawings, paintings, and books. Currently, he is continuing his ongoing Book-a-Month project playing with the book form while experimenting with materials, process, and space. He has co-founded three artist book and zine projects: Encyclopedia Destructica in Pittsburgh, Gravity and Trajectory in San Diego, and 90 Proof Press in Los Angeles. Christopher has been an artist-in-residence at The Art Students League, Vermont Studio Center, the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, the Millay Colony, Pioneer Works, and the Pittsburgh Center of the Arts. He received his BFA from Carnegie Mellon University and MFA from the University of California, San Diego.

Christopher is the host of Paper Cuts, a program on Clocktower Radio that explores the contemporary world of zines and DIY publishing. He lives in Brooklyn, NY.

Christopher Kardambikis, Terra Nullius, New York, Self-Published, 2015, 5,5″x 8″, Photocopy, 28 pp.

Christopher Kardambikis, IF YOU CAN SEE ME//I CAN SEEE YOU, New York, Self-Published, 2015, 6,25″x 8″, Inkjet & Photocopy, 20 pp.

Christopher Kardambikis, It was the end of the world, New York, Self-Published, 2016, 6,75″x 8″, color Laser, 48 pp.

Christopher Kardambikis, Over a crumbled Universe, New York, Self-Published, 2015, 8″x 8″, color Laser, 28 pp.