Christian L. Frock is an independent curator, writer and educator. Her work focuses on the role of artists in public life, the intersection of art and social justice and the shifting dynamics of private and public enterprise. Invisible Venue, the curatorial enterprise she founded and has directed since 2005, collaborates with artists to present art in the public realm. She is a regular contributor to KQED Arts, San Francisco Arts Monthly and the San Francisco Chronicle. Her essay on site-specificity is the introduction to Unexpected Art, due out Spring 2015 from Chronicle Books.