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Jeff Chabot


United States

13 Works exhibited on Kooness

Current location

Phoenix

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Works by Jeff Chabot

Upside Down Sky

2019

48.26 x 33.02cm

335,73 €

Sepia Grasses

2019

48.26 x 33.02cm

335,73 €

Line in the Forest

2019

48.26 x 33.02cm

335,73 €

Sideways Horizon

2019

48.26 x 33.02cm

335,73 €

Mountain Without Color

2019

48.26 x 33.02cm

335,73 €

Fallen Sign

2019

48.26 x 33.02cm

335,73 €

Doorway in the Forest

2019

48.26 x 33.02cm

335,73 €

Complimentary Colors

2019

48.26 x 33.02cm

335,73 €

Blurred Grass

2019

48.26 x 33.02cm

335,73 €

Jeff Chabot's work deals with human influence on the landscape, migratory and adaptive behaviors, cultural shifts, and the fallibility of technology. Chabot is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts MFA Photography, Video & Related Media program. He works in various mediums including photography, video, text, sculpture, and drawing.

EDUCATION

Master of Fine Arts in Photography, Video & Related Media

  • School of Visual Arts, New York, NY, 1997

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography/Graphic Design/Sculpture

  • Rhode Island College, Providence, RI, 1992

 

AFFILIATIONS

Fine Art Complex 1101, Tempe, AZ

Advisory Board Member

  • Based in Tempe, AZ, Fine Art Complex 1101 is committed to developing contemporary progressive art programming that challenges how we think about the intersection of culture and society.

JAVA Magazine, Tempe, AZ

Writer/Photographer

  • Local print/web magazine that focuses on art, music, and fashion in the valley.

Modified Arts, Phoenix, AZ

Director/Curator Dec. 2011 – Dec. 2012/ Guest Curator - Present

  • Established in 1999, Modified Arts is a landmark art gallery/performance space with revolving monthly exhibitions of contemporary art created by local, national and international artists.

D-Block Projects, Long Beach, CA

Co-founder / Director - Sept. 2010 – June. 2011

  • D-Block Projects provided exhibition space, curatorial direction, and support for alternative art exhibitions. First launching as a physical space in Long Beach, CA, D-Block has evolved into a nomadic organization, focusing on site-specific presentations of art and media.

Foundation for Art Resources (FAR), Los Angeles, CA

Board Member/Board Advisor - Sept. 2005 – Sept. 2011

  • FAR is a non-profit arts organization that was founded in 1977 to facilitate the production and presentation of art in Los Angeles. FAR currently serves the art community by hosting art lectures, exhibitions and multi-media events.

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Adjunct Professor: Maricopa Community Colleges
Avondale, AZ
August 2014 - Present

Professor: Maricopa Corporate College
Tempe, AZ
Sept. 2015 - June 2017

Adjunct Professor: The Art Institute Phoenix
Phoenix, AZ
October 2014 - May, 2016

Faculty Professor: University of Advancing Technology
Tempe, AZ
August 2011 - Aug. 2014

Adjunct Professor: Art Institute, Orange County
Orange County, CA
January 2011 - July 2011

Adjunct Professor: Westwood College
Torrance, CA
Aug. 2006 - July 2011

2011 Arts Council Long Beach Micro-Grant

  • for S.O.S. (Save our States) group exhibition in Long Beach, CA and Phoenix, AZ

2007 Open Call LA Selected

  • for “Cluster Bombs,” Video, 2007 Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, CA (720 entries/10 Awards)