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Jevon Chandra

(b. 1991)
Jevon Chandra works with art, sound, and people. Drawing inspiration from therapeutic and peer counselling approaches, his art practice estimates the (mis)translations that occur between thought, theory, and praxis, as sometimes seen in acts of caring, meaning-making, and holding faith. As an active member of arts collective Brack, his preoccupations also unfold in the form workshops and small interventions, seeking to outline an ethics of congregation, polytemporality, and other-centredness.

As a designer and collaborator in theatre and dance performances, he has worked with directors and choreographers such as Alvin Tan 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).

As an artist, his projects have been presented in the Esplanade (Singapore), Understanding Risk Conference (Chiang Mai), OXO Tower Wharf (London), and The Substation (Singapore).

Currently, he is working on an upcoming piece for the Fujinoyama Biennale 2020, an Associate Artist stint with The Substation in 2020/21 as part of art collective Brack, and a longitudinal project with a palliative care non-profit organisation in Jakarta.

A partial list of previous engagements.

For some other things that I do in different capacities, please visit this page.

To speak, collaborate, or for anything at all, I would love to hear from you.

Full CV available upon request.

Fujinoyama Biennale 2020
The Substation Associate Artist Program 2020/21 (with Brack)

Pacific-Leipzig Residency Scholarship 2020 (postponed to 2021)

Last update: 23 Oct 2020