As The Air Moves Back From You, is a performance installation that began with 10,000 pounds of rice arranged in elaborate designs.
Framing Edgewood Farms was the first installment in the series, exhibited in upstate New York, June 2012. Each work in the series asks a different set of questions depending on the site being “framed.”
Letter to the World was initially inspired by my visceral reaction to Architect / Anthropologist Franco La Cecia’s talk discussing the social impact of architecture and city planning given at the Prague Quadrennial 2011.
Liminal is a large-scale, sculptural, and time-based art project that was exhibited at the Fosdick-Nelson Art Gallery.
The Waiting Series consists of six image-based works that use distilled movement, evocative music and striking visuals to create an atmosphere inviting audience members to infuse their own experiences into the works.
Circling was an hour-long site specific performance that took place at Foster Lake in Alfred, New York. The audience was led in silence at a pace that was designed to enhance their experience; taking in the sounds and smells, as well as the sights.
Angier Performance Works are large-scale performances for visual art and theatre venues as well as public sites. These intuitively driven works are created by D. Chase Angier in collaboration with dynamic artists across disciplines, and have been exhibited nationally and internationally.