Tom Christophersen

Sydney / Australia

Sydney-based Tom Christophersen grew up in Adelaide, Australia. There he first completed a Bachelor of Visual Arts with a focus on painting. Later he moved to Sydney, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Performance. In addition to countless engagements as an actor in theatres and opera houses, Christophersen regularly participates in group exhibitions as a visual artist. This year he is working with URBAN NATION on Project M/14. […]

Biography / Tom Christophersen

Sydney-based Tom Christophersen grew up in Adelaide, Australia. There he first completed a Bachelor of Visual Arts with a focus on painting. Later he moved to Sydney, where he graduated with a Bachelor of Performance. In addition to countless engagements as an actor in theatres and opera houses, Christophersen regularly participates in group exhibitions as a visual artist. This year he is working with URBAN NATION on Project M/14.

His love for David Lynch’s American cult show Twin Peaks is most evident in Christophersen’s painting, in which he mysteriously explores beauty and horror, drama and transience. The young artist is an all-rounder. He acts as theatre maker, performer, visual artist, art facilitator, designer and illustrator. Christophersen was part of Marina Abramovic’s Project 30. His paintings has been awarded several prizes. In the past he has commissioned works for celebrities such as Lady Gaga and collaborated with several Australian fashion houses.

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