Hwei Ling Ng
Ng’s portraits combine digital projection and photography. While photography is a medium sometimes thought to represent reality, Ng uses projection to startle the viewer and blur the line between real and fabricated. “For many people, digital photography may appear simple, but for me, it has come to represent a way of life and a mindset of keen observation that forces me to stop and take stock of how I view the world,” she says.
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