Christian L. Frock

Christian L. Frock is an independent curator and writer.  Invisible Venue, the alternative enterprise that she founded and has directed since 2005, collaborates with artists to present art in unexpected settings. Frock's creative practice interrogates the intersection of art, daily life and popular culture through the presentation of and examination of public art and interventions, site-specific installations, happenings and events, avant-garde publications, artist multiples, and alternative spaces. 

Frock holds a Master’s degree in curatorial practice from Goldsmiths College, University of London. Her writing has been featured in Fillip Review and art ltd, online on Stretcher and Shotgun Review, and in several exhibition catalogues. She is a recent recipient of an Arts Writers Workshop Fellowship granted through a partnership between the International Association of Art Critics and Creative Capital | Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant program. Critical assessments of her work have appeared in Artillery, San Francisco Chronicle, and Camerawork Journal, among other publications.