Gayle Chong Kwan


Gayle Chong Kwan is a London-based artist whose large-scale photographic works, installations, sound works and videos have been exhibited internationally. Her work focuses on competing notions of landscape and highlights collective histories and the ambiguous relationship between reality, appropriation, the detoured implications of fictional contemporary mechanisms, and latter day myths in relation to urban development, master planning, and waste.

Chong Kwan’s work was shown in the New Forest Pavilion, 54th Venice Biennale, 2011; Giphantie, Galerie Alberta Pane, Paris, 2011; The Obsidian Isle, Street Level Photoworks, Glasgow, 2011; Sensory Banquet, Artist in Residence, Samphire Hoe, UK; Green Flash, Taiwan International Video Art Exhibition, Taipei, Taiwan, 2010; Save the Last Dance for Me, Whose Map is it?, Iniva, London, 2010; The eyes see more than the heart knows, Peckham Space, London, 2009.