SOLO EXHIBITIONS + PROJECTS
2019 Solo Show, Phosphene Dreams: Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, NY
2019 Solo Show, SUBSUME: Herron Gallery at Herron School of Art and Design, IUPUI, Indianapolis
2016 ROIL, Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, NY
2016 Push/Pull Passage, LABspace, Hillsdale, NY
2014 Quiet Riot at Duck Creek , Duck Creek Farm, East Hampton, NY
2013 Expanding Circles, Central Park Great Lawn, Global Citizen Festival special light installation, NYC
2013 The Expansive Field, South Fork Museum of Natural History, Bridgehampton, NY
2012 Bonfire on the Hudson, part of Peekskill Project V, December 2012, Peekskill, NY
2012 Roebling Tango, Ascenzi Square Brooklyn
2011 Christine Sciulli: I'm After Me, Edward Hopper House Art Center, Nyack, NY
2011 Christine Sciulli: Tangle , Causey Contemporary, Brooklyn, NY
2009 planeSPACE, AC Institute [Direct Chapel], New York, NY
2008 Intercepting Planes X, Duane Park, New York, NY
2008 Intercepting Planes, Frederieke Taylor Gallery, New York, NY
2008 Coplanar, Causey Contemporary, Brooklyn, NY
2007 Fugue State of The Honey Bee, Grace Space, Brooklyn, NY
2006 Power + Scatter, Pocketbook Factory (project space), curated by Carrie Haddad, Hudson, NY
2005 Cover, Causey Contemporary, Brooklyn, NY
2005 Dino Loves Rosie, Hudson and Franklin Street intervention/installation, New York,
2019 Atmospheric Effects, Dalhousie Art Gallery, part of Responsive Halifax, Light Festival, Nova Scotia, Canada
2018 Collumina, March 22 to 24, Museum für Angewandte Kunst, Köln, Germany
2018 EVI LICHTUNGEN, January 25 to 28, Hildesheim, Germany
2017 Text/ure, Shirley Fiterman Art Center, New York, NY
2017 Alt/Ego, Crush Curatorial, Amagansett, NY
2016 Isidro Blasco's Interventions number 3, Brooklyn, NY
2016 Electrique, Hollows Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2016 Territory, Crush Curatorial, Amagansett, NY
2015 Luminary, Temporary Storage at Brooklyn Fireproof, Brooklyn, NY
2015 The Big Show 9, Silas Marder Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY
2014 Outsider In, curated by Ross Watts, Sara Nightengale Gallery, Watermill, NY
2014 American Academy of Arts and Letters 2014 Invitational Exhibition of Visual Arts, New York, NY
2013 Artists Choose Artists, Parrish Art Museum, Watermill, New York
2013 Governors Island Art Fair, Governors Island, NY, New York
2013 Fjellerup i Bund + Grund, Curated by Anna Lise Jensen, Thomsen’s Ishus, Fjellerup, Denmark
2013 Holiday Salon, ILLE ARTS, Amagansett, NY
2012 Amagansett Armageddon, Neoterric, Amagansett, NY
2012 Audio-Vision, Neoterric, Amagansett, NY
2010 Constructed Place, Annmarie Garden, curated by Megan Rook-Koepsel, Solomons, MD
2009 44 Berry, (Installation: Power) 44 Berry Street, curated by Melissa Sage, Brooklyn, NY
2008 Treemendous, (Installation: Intercepting Planes B), Islip Art Museum, curated by Karen Shaw, Islip, New York
2008 Plugged-In, (Installation: Everything’s Rosie), curated by Melissa Stafford, Hudson, NY
2007 Art Works, (Four Installations: Four Works for Piano), Church Street School of Music and Art, New York, NY
2007 Six Degrees of Separation, (Video: Small World) Chi Contemporary Fine Art, Brooklyn, NY
2006 Project Creo: Ephemera, (Installation: Scatter), curated by M. Christiano, The Arts Center, St. Petersburg, FL
2001 Conceptual Installation of Light, (Installation: Drip Machine), A Gathering of the Tribes, New York, NY
2001 American Sandwich, Star 67 Gallery, curated by Peter Dudek, Brooklyn, NY
2000 Christine Sciulli, Andrew Nofsinger, Fritz Chesnut, 31 Grand, Brooklyn, NY
1998 MFA Thesis Show,
(Installation: Consumption), Hunter Times Square
Gallery, New York, NY
2019 Commissioned by Responsive: International Light Art Projects Halifax with a Canada Council Grant to create" Breath of the Sea"2016 Lumen Award for Temporary Art Installation, NYC Illuminating Engineering Society (ROIL)
2016 Lighting Award, Light Art Project of the Year, Revo Media, London (ROIL)
2015 Children's Museum of Art, Artist Honoree, Fall 2015 Gala, 4 November 2015
2015 Watermill Center, Arts and Education Panel Discussion, July 2015
2015 Parrish Art Museum, Pecha Kucha Hamptons Volume 11
2014 American Academy of Arts and Letters Invitational Exhibition of Visual Arts
2013 Southfork Museum of Natural History, Artist in Residence
2013 Finalist for Ridge Flats, a 2013 Philadelphia Percent for Art commission.
2012 ISF Artist in Residence, Imagine Science Films
2010 Mass MOCA theater residency with Phantom Limb
2009 Dartmouth College’s Hopkins Center Residency, August 2009 with Phantom Limb
2008 Lower Manhattan Cultural Council MCAF Grant for Intercepting Planes X
2007 Sundance Institute Theatre Lab Residency at White Oak with Mabou Mines
2000 International Association of Lighting Designers: Award of Merit, Rodin Museum Pavilion, Seoul Korea, with Thomas Thompson
1998 The Esther Fish Perry Award, Hunter College, New York City
1995 Leutz/Reidel Grant for study in Netherlands, Hunter College
1987-1990 Besal Full Tuition Scholarship for Illumination Engineering, Penn State University
MFA, Combined Media
and Installation, 1998, Hunter College, NYC
BFA, Sculpture and Installation, 1995, Hunter College, New York, NY
BAE, Bachelor of Architectural Engineering, 1990, Penn State University, University Park, PA.
Christine Sciulli's Illuminating Exhibit Opens, Guild Hall Welcomes New Season, Nicole Teitler, The Independent, April 16, 2019
Christine Sciulli's Light Themed Art Comes to Guild Hall in Phosphene Dreams, Annette Hinkle, East Hampton and Southampton Press, April 8, 2019
Spotlight, Well Roiled Machine, issu Mondo Arc, issue 90, April/May 2016
Citation for Temporary Art Installation, Lumen 2016, Awards Publication, Illuminating Engineering Society, New York City Section.
Lighting, Volume 48, Design File, Lighting Design Awards 2016, London, UK, March 2016.
Lighting Awards 2016, Light Art Project of the Year, Revo Media, May 2016
Enter a Cavern of Concentric Circles in ROIL, Vice, The Creators Project, DJ Pangburn, 22 January 2016
Christine Sciulli and her Monumental Installation at Smack Mellon, Art Report, December Projects, 31 January 2016
With ROIL Christine Sciulli mesmerizes, intimidates and provides the perfect selfie setting, Brooklyn Based, Regina Mogilevskaya, 11 February 2016
ROIL Video Projection Installation by Christine Sciulli, Illumni, Tariq Qayoom, 22 January 2016
Hyperallergic: Jam Packed Spring Break Art Show Pulls Into Moynihan Station, Allison Meier, March 4, 2015
Clowns, Pin-Ups, Packing Peanuts: 9 Must-Sees at SPRING/BREAK 2015, Blouin Art Info, Anneliese Cooper, March 4, 2015
Poor and Loving It at the Spring Break Art Fair, Alex Greenberger, Art News, March 7, 2015
Checking Out That Spring Break Art Show Vibe, Ginger, HaHaMag.com, March 10, 2010
Eclectic Transactions at Spring/Break Part 1,Etty Yaniv, Arts In Bushwick, March 10, 2010
A Brief Look at NY Art Fairs: Spring/Break and Scope, Steven P Harrington and Jaime Rojo, Brooklyn Street Art, March 16, 2015
Sink Into Christine Sciulli's Video Projections, ArtLog, May 2, 2014, Kate Havles
Gallery Chronicle, The New Criterion, April 2014, James Panero.
When One Artist Singles Out Another ‘Artists Choose Artists’ at the Parrish Art Museum, The New York Times, December 19, 2013, Karin Lipson.
2013 In Review: History & Location Combine in Contemporary Art Exhibitions, Hamptons Art Hub, December 31, 2013 by Pat Rogers
Artists Choose Artists: A Visual Dialogue of the East End – Part 1, Hamptons Art Hub, December 16, 2013 by Gabrielle Selz.
Christine Sciulli and the Geometry of Light, Hufffpost Arts & Culture, 11 Sept 2013. Gabrielle Selz.
From Natural to Supernatural: Christine Sciulli's Expansive Field, Hamptons Art Hub, 31 May 2013. Sandra Hale Schulman.
Christine Sciulli's Environment at SoFo, The East Hampton STAR, 16 April 2013. Jennifer Landes.
Heart of Darkness,The East Hampton STAR, 31 March 2011, Jennifer Landes.
Christine Sciulli: An Artist of the Floating World, planeSPACE and Practical Geometry, May 2009, Paul D.Miller/ DJ Spooky.
From a forthcoming essay regarding planeSPACE, May 2009, Kamy Wicoff
New Media Takes to the Street, The Independent, 23 May 2008, French Clements.
2008 Plugged In, Exhibition Catalog, Melissa Stafford.
Art and Technology Will Meet in Citiwide Exhibit, Register Star,12 May 2008, John Mason
Portable Theatre,(Just Go With the Flow), New York Times, 31 August 2007, Melena Ryzik.
American Sandwich, Catalog, Peter Dudek, Star 67 Gallery, 2001.
Der Kunstabwart, Nummer4/December 1999 stills, pp.58,59. Ul Binder, published by Edition Howeg, Zürich, Switzerland.
XVII, Hunter College MFA Catalog, 1998-99.
OTHER INSTALLATIONS + ART FAIRS + COLLABORATIONS + THEATER PROJECTS
"A True Stretch" by Christine Sciulli, Jaanika Peerna and Qian Yi, Triskelion Arts, part of the What For/Why Not festival curated by Peter Kyle
Projection Design: "The Aeneid" by Kay Matschallat and Duncan Sheik at Duke University
Projection Design: "Hit the Body Alarm" by Winsome Brown and Brad Rouse, music by John Zorn, Performing Garage
Projection Design: "Lighthouse 40° N, 73° W" by Christina Campanella and Jim Dawson: Here Arts Center
Spring/Break Art Show, curated by Tracy Causey Jeffrey: Propulsion Field 4022
Guest Artist, Children's Museum of Art Family Gala
Gala Installation Artist, ART IN GENERAL
Guest Artist, Children's Museum of Art Family Gala
"Song for New York: What Women Do While Men Sit Knitting,” light + video artist, Mabou Mines production, NYC
“Cara Lucia”, Collage Self illuminated prop for Mabou Mines, Here Art Arts Center, NYC
"ATOMIC TANGO", created in 2001: with composer Doug Geers SELECT FESTIVALS+SCREENINGS of Atomic Tango: 2013 Naturalia Soldiers of Life, Curated by Macu Moran,VIDEOAKT International Videoart Biennial 2013, Barcelona. Spain 2005 SEAMUS National Conference, Ball State University 2004 International Festival of Electro-Acoustic Music, Brooklyn College, 2002 International Computer Music Festival, Göteborg, Sweden, 2002 MIX.02, DIEM, Computer music/video festival, curated by Hans Sydow, Arhus, DK 2001 Listening in the Sound Kitchen, Electroacoustic music festival, Princeton Univ.
Video installation for performance collaboration with composer Will Holshauser, Knitting Factory Alterknit Theatre Invisible Arms,
Video for multimedia dance piece with composer Doug Geers HERE Arts Center Four Haiku,
Video collaboration with composer Renee Favand, HERE Arts Center
New Video at the Orchard Bar, Curated by Jillian McDonald, NYC