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Jevon Chandra

Multimedia Designer, (un)becoming

Jevon (he/they) is an artist and art worker. 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. Working across disciplines, he has presented at platforms such as SIFA (2021), Singapore Art Week (2021), Fujinoyama Biennale (2020), and Esplanade Flipside Festival (2019). In the performing arts, his recent works include sound design for “Hot Pot Talk: The Measure of a Meal” (2021) led by Chong Gua Khee and Kokila Annamalai, being artist co-lead in “PASSAGE” (2021) with the Random Disturbances collective, and multimedia design for “Who’s There?” (2020), a digital theatre piece for New Ohio Theatre’s Ice Factory Festival.

Presently, Jevon is an active member of art collective Brack and transnational performance collective ROOM, and is working on conceiving practice as a long-term endeavour sustained by collaboration, decency, and patience.