Christopher Paul Jordan (b. 1990) is a painter and public artist using found objects and ritual to store local memory. His project andimgonnamisseverybody (2021) is the centerpiece sculpture for the AIDS Memorial Pathway, Seattle. Jordan’s awards and fellowships include the Artist Trust Fellowship, the James W Ray Venture Project Award, the Neddy Artist Award in painting, the Jon Imber Fellowship, and the GTCF Foundation of Art Award. Jordan’s exhibition In The Interim: Ritual Ground for a Future Black Archive is on view at the Frye Art Museum, Seattle.