About


Isaiah Cheng (b. 1996) is an artist & curator based in Singapore. He is an interdisciplinary artist working across performance, photography and moving image.

In his practice, Cheng primarily concerns himself with what lies in the underbelly of society and the things that we don’t see or choose not to see. His work is often characterised by problematising the established conventions of the familiar and the everyday, presenting them for heightened and alternate contemplation.

He is also the Art Director of VOID, an arts platform that specialises in photography, time-based media installation & performance, established around the keen interest of developing new methods of the exhibition experience, facilitating discursive discourse within photography and discovering emerging talents on the fringe. (ig. @v.oidco)

Isaiah is avaliable for commissions and residencies both in Singapore & abroad. For sales or any other enquires, please contact him directly via email. 
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Vimeo          vimeo.com/isaiahcheng
Email            isaiahchengjunsen@gmail.com

Represented by MAYN Creative (UK).


Education


2018 - 2021   Falmouth University, BA (Hons) Photography - First Class Honours


Exhibitions (Selected)


2021                Gyllyngdune Gardens (Princess Pavilion), Falmouth, UK. Semblance.

                         The Institute of Photography Gallery, Penryn, UK. Showcase.

2020               a Sense of Being: Disjointed. Transient. Incomplete. (online)
   
                         The Institite of Photography Gallery, Penryn, UK. Libertad.

2019                The Institute of Photography Gallery, Penryn, UK. Letting Be of Beings (Symposium).


Pubiished (Selected)


2021                Brought To Light (Journal). ‘Reckoning of the Past: Should Controversial Monuments Be Taken Down?’. (Upcoming).


Featured (Selected)


2021                British Red Cross. This is Human Kind ’ Campaign. June 2021.
                         https://www.redcross.org.uk/stories/disasters-and-emergencies/uk/this-is-human-kind

2020                Craft Council UK. ‘Survey: Craft for Recovery in Schools’. July 2020.
                          https://www.craftscouncil.org.uk/learning/education/survey-craft-recovery-schools

2019                Falmouith Packet. ‘Mylor Bridge Horticultural and Craft Show’. June 2019.
                         https://www.falmouthpacket.co.uk/news/17773520.mylor-bridge-horticultural-craft-show/



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