The works of Christopher Burch report from the intersections of re-invention, mythology, folklore and history. Depicting, bodies, acts, objects and ideas within a process of co-emergence, slippage, and simultaneity. Burch’s aesthetic, fully realized as a surreal personal language, utilizes the grotesque, the abject, and the ironic, as accomplices within his own form of storytelling. Truths and untruths hold equal value within his works; both hinge upon the human imagination as the locus of their power. Through storytelling, drawing, sculpture, and installation, Burch's works find their greatest strength in his eloquent, thoughtful manner of interpreting and investigating some of humanity's most disquieting realities.
"I have many shades... I'm calico...cat" Quelle Chris