Intersections Featured Artist Sarah Choo Jing

Synkroniciti is proud to feature the artists of our newest online issue, “Intersections,” available for download here:

Synkroniciti is excited to welcome visual artist (photography, video and installation) Sarah Choo Jing. The first part of The Hidden Dimension II is featured on our “Intersections” cover, but you can see the entire piece and watch the video inside the issue. Seven members of her family occupy themselves with menial everyday tasks and pastimes and then, for a split second, they all take a collective breath. How do we use our daily routines to insulate ourselves from new experience and from one another?  How would our lives be different if we were more aware of what is happening around us?

Sarah Choo Jing (b. 1990, Singapore) is known for her interdisciplinary approach to photography, video and installation. Her work depicts identifiable moments and characters within contemporary urban society suggesting a plethora of private and often solitary narratives. The artist is concerned with the gaze of the flaneur, voyeurism and the uncanny.

She has exhibited internationally at the Turku Art Museum in Helsinki (2019), National Museum of Singapore (2017), Busan Museum of Art in Korea (2016), ArtParis at The Grand Palais in Paris (2015), the START Art Fair at The Saatchi Gallery in London (2015) and Photo London at The Somerset House in London (2015). Her works are collected by both private individuals and public institutions; including the Chrysler Museum of Art, Singapore Art Museum, National Museum of Singapore and The Arts Club Permanent Art Collection in London.

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