Christopher Feth is a New York City-based multimedia performance artist who challenges gender and identity constructs through theatrical portraiture. Image-making is central to his practice, but he finds a true calling in the spaces between visual, auditory, and performative art forms. Christopher activates creative intuition through photography, songwriting, and makeup artistry, distracting the senses and meditatively surrendering to the present moment. This process of self-realization is healing, and allows for direct access to the subconscious soul-body.
How we engage with life is a direct reflection of our soul. This entity is a presence within all of us that transcends physical reality. Time and space are merely perceptions; illusions, built by our specific bodies and analyzed through our particular minds in order to exist. The only thing that is tangible and real is the present moment, and our essence, our being, our soul within it.
Humanity creates limits and structures in an attempt to classify and understand, but this pursuit should not divide us. At our core, we are all the same. When we let go of the physical and allow ourselves to fully surrender, a channel is opened within our being that is connected to our individual and collective identities. Life itself gives us all the power to connect to this source, feel a sense of purpose, follow our passions, transcend the distractions, and live together in peace.