Autumn Chacon is an Indigenous (Diné), multi-media and new-media artist of the Albuquerque, New Mexico area of the United States. From an early age she has been an active community organizer for the advancement of Native American Rights, Environmental Justice, and Media Rights and Access. Being a self taught artist her work reflects her activist values. Autumn has shown work domestically and abroad, in the mediums of sound, performance, and electronic installation. With no lack of stories to be told Autumn strives to engage through new media technologies even if her stories are very old.
Autumn Chacon and Carola Grahn, first collaborated in 2019, when Autumn performed and installed one of Carola's pieces at the Museum of Contemporary Native Art in Santa Fe, via letter writing from Carola in Sweden to Autumn in the US. This is their second collaborative installation; This time Carola's interpretation of Autumn's score.