Cecelia Chapman’s work crosses documentary and experimental borders and merges photography, essay, drawing, and video. It usually concerns perception, the power of image and consciousness.
Chapman makes video, drawings, and printed and unique books.
The 2016-2017 collaboration Drone Drama: Music for the Dead with Berlin based composer Sean Derrick Cooper Marquardt examines the defense contract and technology culture that supports the world’s fifth largest economy, California.
She is working on Club Paradise investigating vacation culture at the crossroads of capitalism and consciousness.
Chapman often collaborates with other artists she meets online. She is from San Francisco, living in Massachusetts, and is a Parsons NY graduate, graphic design.