Sim Chi Yin

Sim Chi Yin’s (b. 1978, Singapore) research-based practice includes photography, moving image, archival interventions and text-based performance, and focuses on history, conflict, memory and extraction. She is currently based in New York where she is a fellow on the Whitney Museum’s Independent Study Program. She has done commissions for Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary and Autograph London, and has been in residence at the NTU Centre for Contemporary Art, Singapore. Her work One Day We’ll Understand was most recently exhibited at the 17th Istanbul Biennale (2022) curated by Ute Meta Bauer, Amar Kanwar and David Teh. Her solo exhibitions include One Day We’ll Understand, Zilberman, Berlin (2021), Les Rencontres d’Arles (2021), Landskrona Foto Festival, Sweden (2020), Hanart TZ Gallery, Hong Kong (2019), and Most People Were Silent, Institute of Contemporary Arts, Singapore (2018), Fallout, Nobel Peace Museum, Oslo (2017). Her work has also been shown at the Istanbul Biennial, Turkey (2022 and 2017) and the Guangzhou Image Triennial (2021). She is doing a visual practice-based PhD in War Studies at King’s College London. Her works have been collected by individuals as well as institutions including the Singapore Art Museum, National Museum of Singapore, Harvard Art Museums, The J. Paul Getty Museum and M+ Hong Kong.

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  - Transit
  - That Pause of Space
  - A highlight of ''One Day We’ll Understand''
  - One Day We’ll Understand