Christie Neptune is a Brooklyn-based interdisciplinary artist working across film, photography, mixed media and performance arts. Neptune investigates how constructs of race, gender, and class limit the personal experiences of historically marginalized bodies of color. Critically aware of both self and subjectivity, Neptune illuminates the personal and emotional aftermath of a society that disregards and delegitimatizes those that endure the brunt of historically upheld supremacies.
Neptune’s films and photography have been included in shows at VOLTA, New York, NY (2018); The Rubber Factory, New York, NY (2017); A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn, NY (2016); Union Docs, Brooklyn, NY (2015); and Rutgers, Institute for Women and Art (2014). She has been featured in publications including Artforum, Hyperallergic, The Creator’s Project, Juxtapoze Magazine and The Washington Post. Neptune is an alumni of More Art’s Engaging Artists Residency, the Hamiltonian Gallery Fellowship, The Bronx Museum of The Arts: AIM Fellowship, Smack Mellon studio residency through the New York Community Trust Van Lier Fellowship and the NYSCA/NYFA Artist Fellowship. Neptune is a 2018 Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant Recipient and a 2019 NXTHVN Studio Fellow.
Christie Neptune Live Lecture Series
Tuesdays @ 7p
April 7-21, 2020
Free via Instagram @aai_nyc
Join LES Studio Program resident Christie Neptune on AAI’s Instagram live for a three-part lecture series beginning Tuesday, April 7 at 7p. Each week, Neptune will discuss current projects and past works through the lens of broader subjects including the social implications of community development, racism in America, and counter-narratives.
All lectures will be offered live on Instagram at @aai_nyc as well as archived at @cnvisualart the day after broadcast. If you have questions that you would like addressed during the lecture, please DM Christie Neptune @cnvisualart
Tuesday, April 7 at 7p.
Constructs and Context Relativity
Architecture, Community Development and Social Impact
Tuesday, April 14 at 7p.
Trompe L’oeil, Baldwin and Unpacking Structural Racism in America
Tuesday, April 21 at 7p.
She Fell From Normalcy
A Cataclysmic Break: Breaking Norms and Building Counter-narratives
The LES Studio Program is supported in part by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and by public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.