Working across disciplines, Chris Foster works to understand and deconstruct subliminal structures of power in architecture and the built environment. His creative process is motivated by public projects, site-specific installations, and design/build collaborations. Foster’s studio practice embraces a do-it-yourself methodology, engaging acts of resistance in reuse, repair, and maintenance to subvert systems of built-in obsolescence and to reimagine material ecologies. Most recently he has been experimenting with projection and the play between light, motion, and architecture.