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DJ Chappel is interested in the relationship between clothing and movement and its influence on our character. He envisions himself as a future ancestor creating primary resources for following generations of gay black men. His training in dance and pattern making diversifies his work ranging from handmade garments and artifacts to interactive performances and installations. While studying  at Point Park University's dance conservatory and working at the campus costume shop, DJ was developing a balance between the two mediums. The release of his ready to wear brand, DualityJunkie (2018), has allowed him to combine all of his techniques. DJ recently has been expanding  to solo exhibitions, with his debut at World Fair Gallery and most recently at Larrie nyc. DJ’s has interviews published by Cultured, Essence, Office and Paper Magazine. DJ has also performed at The Shed and The Bronx Museum of Arts.

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