Chris Klapper is a Brooklyn based installation artist. She regularly collaborates with her husband, Patrick Gallagher. Their installation, Symphony in D Minor is part of the permanent collection at the Hydropolis Museum in Wroclaw, Poland.
Her work is large scale multimedia and multidimensional. Her subject matter is driven by specific projects, environments and experiences. Overall, she looks to explore new technologies and to use them to express immense ideas on a human scale; employing sound, sculpture, video, projection mapping, composites and digital new media, she look to explore every expressive opportunity that presents itself.
Her installation, Prana, a large interactive installation was showcased at The Invisible Dog Art Center for which she received a grant from The Brooklyn Arts Council and was written up in the Village Voice “Best in Show” during Armory art weekend. Klapper moderated a discussion panel on Art and Technology: How Technology is Changing Art and How We Create. Her work has shown in New York, Philadelphia, Oklahoma, Boston, Miami, Spain, Italy and Poland. She has been written up internationally in The Creators Project, Fast Company, Designboom, The Daily News, The Village Voice, The Atlantic, Interior Design Magazine, Gallery Magazine Ukrainian, Metropolitan Home Magazine, Maison Francaise Turkey to name a few.