Born in 1978, Sim Chi Yin is a photographer and artist from Singapore, currently based in London and Beijing. Her practice integrates multiple mediums including photography, film, sound, text, archival material, and performative readings. Combining rigorous research with intimate storytelling, Yin’s works often explore issues relating to history, memory, conflict and migration, and their consequences. She was commissioned as the Nobel Peace Prize photographer in 2017 and created a solo show for the Nobel Peace Center museum in Oslo on nuclear landscapes, using video installation and still photography. Yin is currently a doctoral researcher on scholarship at King’s College London.