Matthew Chase-Daniel

 

BODY

photographs by Matthew Chase-Daniel














In Chase-Daniel's 2011 series of black and white flatplate scanner photographs of the human body, we are engaged with a rare blend of intimacy and anonymity. As we move through this series, we are by turns seduced and repulsed, the anomalous becomes beautiful, the individual becomes universal. By the end, our sense of boundaries are blurred, between male and female, the beautiful and the ugly, the sacred and profane, youth and old age, self and other.

Publication Date: Nov 29 2011      ISBN/EAN13:  0615574610 / 9780615574615

182 pages    US Trade Paper     8.5" x 11"     Black and White with Bleed

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from Axle Contemporary Press

Axle Contemporary, a mobile gallery created by Matthew and Jerry Wellman in 2010

Alcove 12.7 at the New Mexico Museum of Art   2012-2013

RIVER, a new work using, video, water, and stones.

Chalkboard Car

DOLLAR DISTRIBUTION

1,500 one-dollar bills, dropped around Santa Fe New Mexico:  Aug 19 - Sept 14, 2014.

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This project is part of Axle Contemporary's Economologies series, beginning in August, 2014, in Santa Fe, New Mexico.  The series explores art and action related to the ecology of economies, art related to money, innovative and creative approaches to economics, and interrelations between the fields of economics and ecology.  The series includes an exhibition of visual art, roundtable discussions, performances, and installations.

Make-Your-Own I.U.D. Kit.

Available at Hobby Lobby or send $25 to Matthew Chase-Daniel P.O. Box 8401 Santa Fe, NM, 87504.  Include name and address.   Or pay with Paypal here.   USA only.  Photos here.

SIGNS OF LIFE

Sturt Haaga Gallery

at Descanso Gardens





Matthew Chase-Daniel, Stephen Douglas, F. Scott Hess, Laura Lasworth, Margaret Lazzari, Marina Moevs, Christine Nguyen, Stephen Nowlin, Ruth Weisberg, Patty Wickman, Bill Viola


Sturt Haaga Gallery at Descanso Gardens

Public opening: Sunday, September the 7th, 2014 from 4-6pm.

Curated by John David O'Brien


The Signs of Life exhibition runs from Tuesday September 9, 2014 (open to the public) until Nov. 23, 2014 (closing at the end of the day) and the Gallery Admission is free on Sept. the 7th (after 330pm) for all those coming to the opening.  Otherwise Gallery Admission is free with Garden Admission (parking is free) from 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM daily except Mondays.


1418 Descanso Dr

La Caˆada Flintridge, CA 91011

(818) 949-4200