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Cheryl Louise Yip (b. 1998) is a visual artist based in Singapore.


She uses the medium of photography and moving images in her exploration on the concept of fundamental human experiences such as grief, memory, rituals, and aspects of consciousness. Informed by lived experiences while confronting universal truths, her works attempt to visualise the non-material using a conceptual approach. Drawing emphasis on the photographic object, process and encounter, she explores the boundaries of a primitive, yet futuristic vision of places and people. Her recent projects exist at the merger of traditional and contemporary photography. By exploring modern ideas and imagery with historic and/or manipulated traditional processes, she addresses the ideas of time, memory, and space. 


Cheryl holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography and Digital Imaging, with a minor in Art History at the School of Art, Design and Media (NTU). 

2019 - current

BFA in Photography and Digital Imaging, Minor in Art History

School of Art, Design and Media, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore


2016 - 2019

Diploma in Media and Communication

School of Media, Arts and Design, Singapore Polytechnic, Singapore


Lightbox 攝影圖書室 

Taipei, Taiwan.


(Art Space LUMOS) and Daegu Photo Biennale 아트 스페이스 루모스 

Daegu, South Korea.


The Reference 더레퍼런스

Seoul, South Korea.


The Hong Kong Photobook Festival

Lumenvisum and Jockey Club Creative Arts Center. Hong Kong.


Jiazazhi, 假杂志

Ningbo, China.


Special Edition Project (SeP)

Jiazazhi. Shanghai, China.


First Hangzhou International Photography Handbook Biennale

Hangzhou Photographers Association. Hangzhou, China.


The Naked Man Behind The Glass Across The Street

NTU ADM Graduation Show. Singapore.


Page Break @ Singapore Art Museum

Singapore Biennale. THEBOOKSHOW. Singapore


Languages of Love

SCAPE Creative Arts Festival. Singapore.


8th Singapore International Photography Festival

Photobook Finalist. Singapore. 


The Weeping Oyster

Gillman Barracks. Singapore. 


Book Launch with THEBOOKSHOW @ SGABF

Singapore Art Book Fair. Singapore.


Shooting Home Youth Awards

Objectifs Centre for Photography and Film. Singapore.


Young Artist Confronts Difficult Lived Experiences Through Her Photographs. By Nicholas See

FEMALE Magazine, Singapore.


Shooting Home: What 'home' means to these young photographers. By Neo Xiaobin

The Straits Times, Singapore.

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