Geraldine Kang

Visual artist Geraldine Kang (b. 1988, Singapore) uses photography as a means of introspection and as a tool to negotiate identities within physical and psychological spaces. Combining photography with objects she creates installations that address a range of topics from family, community, and mental illness to site-explorations of the undercurrents and ambivalences of familiar places. Kang holds a Bachelor of Fine Art in Photography and Digital Imaging from Nanyang Technological University and has exhibited her work both locally and internationally with solo exhibitions at the Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore and NTU CCA Singapore. She participated to group shows at the ifa Gallery in Berlin and Stuttgart, and ONESITE Art Festival in Taiwan. She was awarded the 2011 Kwek Leng Joo Prize of Excellence in Still Photography and participated to photography platforms such as Kuala Lumpur International Photo Awards, Photographer’s Forum, Px3 and the Asian Women Photographers’ Showcase. She is also the editor of Left to Right, an anthology of image-making in Singapore.