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Daniel Chamberlin (b. 1975, Indiana) is an artist, writer, Yin yoga instructor and meditation guide based in Muncie, Indiana. He’s also the host of Inter-Dimensional Music, a weekly broadcast of “heavy mellow, kosmische slop, and void contemplation tactics,” heard since 2010 on Marfa Public Radio in Far West Texas and broadcasting on 99.1FM WQRT Indianapolis and LOOKOUT FM in Los Angeles. His creative practice combines visual art, installation, performance, and audio with mindfulness teaching based on the radical implications of yoga and Zen. His visual art is concerned with uncovering the transcendent and psychedelic aspects of otherwise mundane objects and experiences.

He was previously a resident student at the Indianapolis Zen Center; communications director for Texas arts nonprofit Ballroom Marfa; medic (NREMT-B) with Marfa Emergency Medical Services; contributing editor at Arthur Magazine; and editor-in-chief of URB Magazine. He is a 2017 graduate of Exalt Yoga’s 80-hour Yin yoga teacher training program, and holds a BA in psychology and film studies from Indiana University.

Chamberlin has hosted yoga/meditation sessions and participated in visual art exhibitions and installations at Healer (Indianapolis, IN), StorageSpace (Indianapolis, IN), PlySpace Gallery (Muncie, IN), Penn Forest Natural Burial Ground (Pittsburgh, PA), Magick City (Brooklyn, NY), Marfa Book Company (Marfa, TX), The Lumberyard (Marfa, TX), Starlight Theater (Terlingua, TX), and Art Center College of Design (Pasadena, CA).

Portfolio: danielchamberlin.com
Instagram: @Cosmic.Chambo
Twitter: @CosmicChambo

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