A man who invents himself needs someone to believe in him

A resident of Northwestern Louisiana, Joshua Chambers constructs quiet narrative scenes that reflect real and relatable experiences and decisions. Chambers’ compositions are influenced by absurdist theater, with their deconstructed sets, soft washes of moody colored lighting, implied vastness of space, and visible incorporation of props. Pairings of unusual characters and costumes construct a mythological universe that is archetypal and wholly relatable. The subtle incorporation of text provides some insight into the artist’s frame of mind, while also inviting the visitor to contemplate their own experiences.

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