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︎No Flash S1: Unstill Life
with National Gallery Singapore

Sound Designer

︎HOT POT TALK: The Measure of a Meal
Sound Designer


Jevon Chandra (b. 1991) is a Singapore-based, Indonesia-born transdisciplinary artist and designer. Through time and context-bound installations and interventions, his works estimate moments of doubt and belief, such as present in acts of care, love, and faith. Currently, he is an active member of Singapore-based socially-engaged art collective Brack. Across collaborative projects, he works towards conceiving his practice as a long-term endeavour sustained by honesty, decency, and patience.

As a lead/co-lead artist, his projects have been presented at platforms such as Leipzig International Art Programme (Germany, 2022), Singapore International Festival of Arts (SIFA) (2021), Singapore Art Week (2021), Fujinoyama Biennale (Japan, 2020), Incheon Art Platform (South Korea, 2019), Esplanade Flipside Festival (2019), Understanding Risk Conference 2019 (Chiang Mai), The Substation (2018), and OXO Tower Wharf (London, 2017).

As a collaborator in the performing and media arts, recent credits include multimedia design for Kepaten Obor – Igniting a Weathered Torch (2022) for Esplanade’s Pesta Raya Festival, _ Can Change (2021) with The Necessary Stage, and (un)becoming (2021) at T:>Works’ N.O.W. Festival. Recent sound design credits include An Impression (2021) with T.H.E. Dance Company, NO FLASH (2021), an audio-fiction podcast for National Gallery Singapore (NGS).

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