Christine Cheung is a Canadian artist based in Berlin whose work spans painting, performance, sculpture, writing and video. Her work moves fluidly between playful conceptual action and visually sensual representation, between considered, personal excavations and generative collaborative practice.  Her nomadic relationship to place fuels a kaleidoscopic, yet carefully considered engagement with landscapes and the ways in which we perceive it, collectively and individually. 

Her work has been shown internationally and is part of the permanent collection of the Sørlandet Art Museum in Norway. She has been featured on CBC Radio, The Globe and Mail and Kunst magazine. Among her solo exhibitions, Cheung has had shows at the Trondheim Kunstmuseum in Trondheim, Norway. Her video art has been exhibited at the DokumentArt European Film Festival in Germany.  She has completed residencies in China, Portugal, Norway, Thailand, Indonesia, Austria, Lithuania and Japan, among others.

Born and raised in Calgary, Cheung is a recipient of the Joseph Beuys Scholarship at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in Canada and numerous grants and awards, including the Canada Council for the Arts. 

Her work tries to exemplify the act of letting go, or something quite like it.