Jevon Chandra

b. 1991
Jevon is an artist and designer. Taking on the forms of installations and time and context-bound interventions, his projects estimate the interplays between doubt and belief, as present in acts of caring, meaning-making, and holding faith. Through sound and multimedia design, he also provides artistic support in the performing and media arts. Presently, he is an active member of art collective Brack and transnational performance collective ROOM, and is working on conceiving his practice as a long-term endeavour sustained by collaboration, decency, and patience.

As a lead/co-lead artist, his projects have been presented in Singapore International Festival of Arts, Singapore Art Week, Fujinoyama Biennale (Japan), Esplanade Flipside Festival (Singapore), Understanding Risk Conference 2019 (Chiang Mai), OXO Tower Wharf (London), and The Substation (Singapore).

As a designer and collaborator in the performing arts, he has worked with directors and choreographers such as Chong Gua Khee for “HOT POT TALK: The Measure of a Meal” (2021), Alvin Tan and Sim Yan Ying “YY” for “Who’s There?” (2020), Ang Hui Bin and Melissa Quek for “Plastik” (2020), Alvin Chiam for “La Mariposa Borracha” (2019), and T.H.E. Dance Company artist Anthea Seah for “Quietly We Tread” (2019) and “one of these things is not like the other” (2018).  

A partial overview of previous engagements, other skills.

I am reachable here.



Sound Design
HOT POT TALK: The Measure of a Meal
Sound Design
The Visit
With Brack
To Gathering: Laying the Table Bare, SIFA 2021
14 – 31 May 2021

Multimedia Design
(un)becoming, T:>Works N.O.W. 2021 Festival
July 2021

Last update: 22 Apr 2021