David Chan (b. 1990) is an artist based in Brooklyn, New York who works with photography and installation. He holds a BFA in Photography from Parsons School of Design. His work investigates phenomenology, failure of visual representation, and the friction between a romantic and scientific experience of the physical world.

(917) 912-3428
davidchan@newschool.edu
@thelimitdoesnotexist

 

Exhibitions, press, publications, etc.

2017 — Refraction, Edison Price Lighting Gallery, Long Island City, NY
2017 — Camera Work: Dynamic Landscape, Black Box Gallery, Portland, OR
2016 — Field Projects Show #35 Online, Field Projects, New York, NY
2016 — #SAVEARTSPACE: The World Today, Petite Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
2016 — Studio Visit (interview), Capricious Blog
2016 — Field Projects blog
2016 — Corbu Album Release Show (installation), Mercury Lounge, New York, NY
2016 — Synaptic 03 (installation), Brown Note, Brooklyn, NY
2016 — Artist talk, The Assembly, Rubber Factory, New York, NY
2016 — For The Time Being, self-published artist interviews
2016 — Parsons BFA Photography Senior Thesis Exhibition, Milk Gallery, New York, NY
2015 — Interview with Mackenzie YoungerPictures exhibition catalogue, A+E Studios, New York, NY
2015 — Artist talk, The Assembly, Parsons School of Design, New York, NY
2015 — Artist talk (with Troy Wong), PhotoFeast, Parsons School of Design, New York, NY
2014 — Interview with Magali Duzant, Parsons BFA Website