Chloé Gammon is an artist and designer working within the practices of printmaking, painting, graphic design and illustration. She

received her bfa from Emily Carr in 2010. 

Her work explores the concept of the Anthropocene, the proposed current geological epoch where humans now change the Earth’s

systems more than all natural forces combined. Employing levity, she looks at the fantastical possibilities of how our actions will impact

our geological age. By combining the pop aesthetic and fabricated elements of recreation parks with galactic voids, she projects future

relics, floating microcosms of our legacy on a planetary scale.

Chloé lives and works in Vancouver, BC on the unceeded Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh territories.