Christopher Sícat was a long time Los Angeles artist and director before relocating to Northern California. His recent sculptures investigate the natural urban environment as a platform for performance based art making. He is a graduate of Otis Parsons School of Design (BFA) and the New York Academy of Arts (MFA). Sicat directed the infamous Hatch Gallery in Los Angeles, which hosted the controversial “Rejection Show.” The rave response of the show was highlighted on the BBC The World and the LA Times. He is also director for special exhibitions at UPspace in South Central Los Angeles, which presented “drive-by and reLAX.” Sicat has exhibited his sculptures and paintings at Side Street Project, Track 16 Gallery, the Office in Huntington Beach, California, Intramuros Museum in Manila, Philippines, and Claremont Graduate University in Claremont, California.