Yilin Wong

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I'm originally from Hong Kong. Having lived in multiple countries from a young age, I have come across people from all walks of life. These experiences, both good and bad, have influenced her culturally and personally. My work revolves around travel, diasporas, and the human condition. I combine my interests in image-making and graphics to share stories of my own and other’s experiences living in an increasingly globalized world.

Woman looking through a Chinese herbal store in Hong Kong. Although disputed in Western culture, there are still many traditional herbal medicine stores operating in Hong Kong. As contemporary as Hong Kong is, traditional herbal medicine is very much a part of Hong Kong's identity, one that many find comfort in and have fond (or traumatizing) memories of, just as I remember painstakingly drinking a bowl of bitter herbal soup my grandma made to help promote my health. This photograph shows a glimpse of the importance that traditional herbal medicine holds in Hong Kong's contemporary society.

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United Kingdom
London
Photography Project about Obsession, Pleasure and Femininity.  My aim is to create a scene that captures or creates an isolated moment of pleasure  These scenes are constructed through an exaggerated, surreal and bizarre  performance.
Italy
FORLI
A young photographer who has always had a passion for art, for some time she has combined this interest with the spontaneity of the photographic storytelling, conceived not only as a classic account of experiences, but as a real story that with more personal and creative shots conveys the secret cha...
United Kingdom
Acton
“50% of women say they always or often feel unsafe walking alone at night. 61% of women regularly take steps to avoid being sexually assaulted (YouGov, Mar 2019)” For women living in any city, travelling home late at night, whether after a late-night shift or night out, can be a daunting task and le...
Iceland
Hafnarfjörður
Exploring the boundaries of gender and gendered expression, these photographs draw on the art of drag and female illusion, combining or conflating them with more traditionally masculine styles. The photographs also allude to queer culture and counterculture, as viewed through a mostly camp...
United States of America
Provo
Look in the mirror and what do you see? I saw flaws. I saw blemishes in my skin. I saw parts of my body I wish would disappear.  As many people so often do, I struggled with my own self image and how the rest of the world looked at me. I wondered if they saw my insecurities. I didn’t want to...

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