Adam Chamandy is a Canadian born artist who currently lives and works in Mexico. His varied practice includes painting, drawing, sculpture, installation and video.
Chamandy typically refers to his work as an exercise in patience. It is best described, though, as an interplay between analog and digital methods of producing imagery. When creating a specific work, Chamandy is mindful of the algorithms employed, as he moves back and forth between a laptop and “the real world,” using each of these as a filter for the other. This meticulous process leads to the creation of an artwork, defined neither as analog nor digital, that conveys notions of time, repetition and complexity.