Expertise

Christopher McNulty is a visual artist who creates sculptural objects, video, and works on paper.

His work has explored the limitations of human thought and performance, and the tensions that exist between our ideals and everyday lives. His current work explores how environmental space penetrates the body, creating relationships among individuals, species, and objects.

Christopher McNulty is a visual artist who engages in task-based projects to create sculptural objects, video, and works on paper.

Past Affiliations

Associate Professor, Department of Art & Art History, College of Liberal Arts, Auburn University

Assistant Professor, Department of Art & Art History, College of Liberal Arts, Auburn University

Lecturer, Art Department, School of Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison (past)
2000 - 2000

Lecturer, Foundations
2001 - 2001

Lecturer, Trencin
1993 - 1994

Communities
Arts
Degrees
MFA, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Art, 2000
BA, Lawrence University, History, 1990
Keywords
sculpture installation art
Languages
French
Honors

Third Place, Southeastern Juried Exhibition 2008 (Mobile Museum of Art), 2008-2008

Second Place, Drawing No Conclusions (Urban Institute of Contemporary Art), 2007-2007

Teaching Award in the Fine Arts, College of Liberal Arts (Auburn University), 2006-2006

Honorary Fellow (Art), University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2000-2001

Honorable Mention, Texas National 2000 (Austin State University), 2000-2000

Juror’s Award, 42nd Annual Beloit and Vicinity Exhibition (Wright Museum of Art), 1999-1999

Associations
College Art Association