Sim Chi Yin
Sim Chi Yin (b. 1978 in Singapore, resident in Berlin since 2021) was commissioned to make the Nobel Peace Prize exhibition in 2017 and was nominated for the Vera List Center’s Jane Lombard Prize for Art and Social Justice in 2020. She has been a nominee member of Magnum Photos since 2018. Her photo book “She Never Rode That Trishaw Again”, the first in a series for her composite project “One Day We’ll Understand”, for which she also developed performative readings, was published in 2021. Her previous projects include “Shifting Sands”, about the global shortage of sand driven by rapid urbanisation and land reclamation, as well as “Most People Were Silent”, for which she created a series of diptychs of nuclear landscapes on the border between North Korea and China, and across the United States. Sim has recently presented solo exhibitions at Les Rencontres de la photographie d‘Arles, France (2021), Landskrona Foto Festival, Sweden (2020), Hanart TZ Gallery, Hong Kong (2019), the Institute of Contemporary Arts, LASALLE College of the Arts, Singapore (2018) and the Nobel Peace Museum, Oslo (2017). Her works have been shown at the Guangzhou Image Triennial (2021) and the 15 th Istanbul Biennale, Turkey (2017).
- That Pause of Space
- A highlight of ''One Day We’ll Understand''
- One Day We’ll Understand