Christina Cuthbertson (Lethbridge, Canada) is an independent curator and writer currently based in New York City. She held numerous positions at the Southern Alberta Art Gallery, including assistant curator (2012-2014) and interim curator (2014-2017). Recent exhibitions include Mary Kavanagh: Daughters of Uranium, Brendan Fernandes: Still Move, Sarah Anne Johnson: Hospital Hallway, Petra Mala Miller: Portraits in Light, and Miruna Dragan: Another Name for Everywhere. Cuthbertson has written exhibition texts for Stride (Calgary), Latitude 53 (Edmonton), Trianon Gallery (Lethbridge), and OBORO (Montreal), and her writing has also appeared in Galleries West and Momus. She was curator-in-residence at the Banff International Curatorial Institute in 2018 and curator-in-residence at the International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP) in Brooklyn in 2019. Her current research interests focus on concepts of affect, embodiment, and power structures as defined through institutional and experiential relationships, and the translation and mediation of knowledge. Working within and beyond the boundaries of the museum or art institution, her projects have taken on many forms, including exhibitions, interdisciplinary collaborations, performances, workshops, sensory experiences, and public art projects.