Eastside Artists Roster submission materials 
Name: Jocelyn Chang (DBA: Jocelyn RC) 
Location: Bellevue 98007 

Submission materials: 5 work samples, bio, statement, link to resume pdf.
Project Title: Seen in the Sound 
Completed: February 2024 
Materials: 18x 2-minute videos, multichannel digital installation 
Size: multiple sizes (18 individual videos, 52-channel distribution) 
Installation: Fulton Center, 200 Broadway, New York NY 
About the artwork: commissioned by the New York MTA, this installation will exhibit March-May 2024.
Project Title: Seen in the Sound: Winter Trees (56s sample) 
Completed: 2024 
Materials: video 
Size: 1200x1800 (31.5 feet x 18.9 feet physical dimensions) 
Installation: Fulton Center, 200 Broadway, New York NY 
About the artwork: excerpt from a 2-minute video that was part of Jocelyn's large-scale digital public art installation at Fulton Center NYC, commissioned by MTA Arts & Design (spring 2024). Original work has a runtime of 2 minutes. 
Title: Three Part Meditation (54s sample) 
Completed
: 2022 
Materials: HD video + sound 
Size: 1920x1080 (16:9) 
Installation: n/a 
About the artwork: Honorable mention by Northwest Film Forum at the Cadence Video Poetry Festival; part of group exhibition at Jack Straw Cultural Center (Seattle). Original piece has a runtime of 3 min.
Project Title: Branch Blend  
Completed: 2022 
Materials: HD video 

Size: 1920x1080 (16:9) 
Installation: Mediawall at UMW, Fredericksburg VA 
About the artwork: exhibiting on the UMW Mediawall during the month of March 2024
Project Title: Ox Year 
Completed: 2021 

Materials: video + sound 
Size: 1920x1080 (16:9) 
Installation: n/a 
About the artwork: Screened at Northwest Film Forum (WA), Huntington Beach Cultural Cinema (CA), Miami Independent Film Festival (FL) 
Bio - 
Jocelyn R.C. (b. 1988) was born and raised in the culture swirl of a second-generation Taiwanese American childhood in the Bellevue and greater Seattle areas. After earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film Production from Chapman University (2011), she spent the first decade of her adult life following work opportunities from-and-to Los Angeles, the Bay Area, New York City, and eventually back to the Pacific Northwest. Much of her artwork has been informed by this time of frequent change and evolving sense of identity and belonging. 
Most recently, Jocelyn launched her first large-scale, site-responsive digital public art installation at Fulton Center in Manhattan, commissioned by the MTA (Metropolitan Transportation Authority).

Statement - 
I’m driven by a deep curiosity and reverence for the nature within and around us, and persistently intrigued by the relationship between people and the planet. My work is an ongoing reconciliation of the self within the fluctuating balance of natural and artificial environments, components, and processes. Occasionally incorporating other mediums and disciplines, I work predominantly with cameras, lenses, and computers to capture, edit, and create a variety of video, photography, mixed media, and (newly) site-specific public art. My practice is anchored in iteration, and I’m always learning, incorporating, or being inspired by new and related techniques.
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