Christie Neptune is an Interdisciplinary Artist working across video, photography, sculpture, and performance arts. Neptune investigates how constructs of race, gender, and class limit the personal experiences of historically marginalized bodies of color. Filtered through her subjective experience, Neptune’s work utilizes relational theories of space, abstraction, and assembled industrial materials to illuminate the personal and emotional aftermath of a society that disregards and delegitimizes those that endure the brunt of historically upheld supremacy.
Neptune has a B.A. in Visual Arts from Fordham University. Her films and photography have been included in shows at Gagosian New York (2021); BASS Museum (2019); The University of Massachusetts Boston (2018); Rubber Factory (2017); A.I.R. Gallery (2016); and Rutgers University (2015). Her work has been featured in publications including Artforum, Vogue, The Wall Street Journal, NY Times, Hyperallergic, and The Washington Post. Neptune has been awarded the Bronx Museum of the Arts: Artist in Marketplace (AIM), Smack Mellon Studio Residency, NYSCA/NYFA Fellowship in Interdisciplinary Arts, and Light Work Artist-in-Residence among others.