Freddy Chandra is an Indonesian-born Bay Area visual artist. He completed his undergraduate studies in Architecture and Art Practice from the University of California at Berkeley, and obtained his M.F.A in Studio Art from Mills College in Oakland.
His work consists of site-specific installations and multi-panel wall compositions. Each installation is an immersive environment constructed as a place that encourages sensory understanding of physical space and temporal duration. His compositions suggest a contingency in the rhythmic act of marking space and shifts that occur in our experience of time.
Freddy Chandra is represented by Brian Gross Fine Artin San Francisco and Walter Maciel Gallery in Los Angeles. Chandra will open a solo exhibition of new works at Brian Gross Fine Art in September 2009.