A) Christopher Lineberry is an artist who investigates social and political narratives through cultural histories of play. These histories point to many prescribed limits of democratic freedom.

B) Sometimes Christopher Lineberry intervenes in archives, believing historical expansion makes the present more accessible.

C) Christopher Lineberry's work is often underlined by a critique of homonationalism - 'gay' tolerance normalizing military nationhood - as well as broader recuperations of identity in the service of power.

​D) Liberation is Fantasy. Fantasy is Surplus.

E) Christopher Lineberry has most recently been using place and kin as a nexus for expansive interrogation. When engaging a place-based practice, it is never place-bound.

F) If anything, Christopher Lineberry's work is situated at the intersection of research, experience, ethics, and desire.