11/1/16 – Sight Lines at Marlboro College VT
Sight Lines, at Marlboro College in Brattleboro Vermont. Nov. 1st – Nov. 27th.
2/18/16 – Prone Position at Moving Image NY
Prone Positon (2 min. 40 sec. short film, 2015) will be on view March 3rd – 6th at Moving Image Fair NY , which will run concurrently with the Armory Show.
2/18/16 – Coventry Screening at Volta NY
Fred Giampietro Gallery will be sponsoring screenings of Coventry during Volta NY, running concurrently with the Armory Show. The film will be on view twice daily on the ‘Video Wall’ throughout the duration of the fair, March 2nd – 6th.
1/22/16 – ‘Spotted At First’-Light’ at Mindy Solomon Gallery
My solo-exhibition Spotted At First-Light, will be on view at Mindy Solomon Gallery in Miami from Feb. 6th – March 19th.
12/6/15 – Fountain of Pythons at The Satellite Show Miami Beach
The Fountain of Pythons Photography Collective selected to participate in Artist Run @ The Satellite Show during Art Basel Miami Beach (Dec. 1st – 6th).
8/29/15 – Where The Grass is Green & The Girls Are Pretty @ Tempus Projects:
Where the Grass is Green and the Girls are Pretty is a group exhibition featuring new work from artists of the photography collective known as Fountain of Pythons. Hosted by Tempus Projects in Tampa, FL. and curated by Danny Olda, the exhibition will open Saturday, August 29 and be on view through Friday, October 9, 2015.
Artists Wendy Babcox, Jeremy Chandler, Marcus DeSieno, Becky Flanders, Forrest MacDonald, Noelle Mason, Kym O’Donnell, Chris Otten and Selina Roman offer a diverse collection of work for their latest exhibition as a collective. Where the Grass is Green… playfully draws its name from lyrics of the Guns N’ Roses song, “Paradise City,” in which an idealized but ambiguous home is longed for. Similarly, for this exhibition the artists explore a sense of place, not only as a simple location but as a psychological setting where life is performed and art is created.
Curator’s Statement may be read here.
8/17/15 – Lenscratch Interview & States Project: Florida
I filled in as guest editor for Lenscratch as part of their States Project. The feature on my work and the Florida artists I interviewed, can be read through the link below.
5/20/15 – Release of Invasive Species Film Preview
Invasive Species is a documentary film collaboration with Shawn Cheatham and Q & A Productions, featuring an original score by Mark Cannariato.
5/14/15 – Work from the Big Picture Vol. 6 exhibited at Alfstad& Gallery in Sarasota:
Selections from the Big Picture Vol. 6 series will be included in “(A) State of Florida”, opening June 11th at Alfstad& Gallery in Sarasota Florida. The exhibition is curated by Danny Olda and will feature work by six artists with Florida ties. Read curator’s statement here.
5/1/15 – “Scout’s Interlude” Opening June 20th at Fred Giampietro Gallery in New Haven:
I’m pleased to announce my upcoming exhibition, “Scout’s Interlude” at Fred Giampietro Gallery. The exhibition will run from June 20th – July 16th.
Scout’s Interlude: An installation of recent photographs and video by Jeremy Chandler. The title alludes to the idle moments of still introspection depicted in the work. Reclining male figures, isolated in an unidentified landscape, wait alone, embedded in a terrain, which functions as both concealment and medium for communication. While a potential dialogue is implied between the men, they remain disconnected, prompting the viewer to question the nature of their relationship to one another and the landscape.
3/1/15 – Twilight Tent featured in Oxford American Magazine:
– Review of Prone Positions at Fred Giampietro Gallery:
– Publication of Images
Ghillie Suit 3 (Flowers), 2011 and Ghillie Suit (Pine straw), 2011, were recently published in the academic text Deleuze and the Schizoanalysis of Visual Art (Bloomsbury UK).
In her essay Strategies of Camouflage: Depersonalisation, Schizoanalysis and Contemporary Photography, Dr. Ayelet Zohar discusses my work in relation to other contemporary photographers exploring methods of camouflage, concealment and depersonalization.