Hin Chua

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VIDEO: Hin Chua talks about making his image “A Mile from Zhang Jiang High Technology Park, Shanghai".

VIDEO: Hin Chua talks about making his image “A Mile from Zhang Jiang High Technology Park, Shanghai".

VIDEO: Hin Chua talks about making his image “A Mile from Zhang Jiang High Technology Park, Shanghai".

Hin Chua was born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, educated in Australia and now lives the United Kingdom. Hin has used his nomadic life as inspiration for his photography, capturing subjects ranging from office workers in his series, "They Called me a Corporate Whore", to urban and rural landscapes in "After the Fall".

Hin's photography has evolved into a distinctive style that mixes a compositional aesthetic with the comedy of the absurd that is apparent in much of his work and while he appears to work on disparate subjects, it is this wit that holds the images together in a coherent whole.

Hin has been exhibited internationally, most recently in an exhibition "Pause to Begin" at Booksmart Studio, Rochester, New York. Other shows include "Photodebut - Photosocial", 2008 at the Photographers Gallery, London; "New Exposure", 2008 at the Candid Arts Trust in London and a Group Show at the Humble Arts Foundation in 2007.

His work has also been published widely in international magazines: "After the Fall" in Case Magazine, and Moloko+; "What We Want" in Dayfour and "They called me a Corporate Whore" in L'Espresso and La Republica delle Donne.

Hin is a member of the London based photography collective, Photodebut.

Ponders End, UK
Zhang Jiang Hi Tech Pk
Rahnsdorf, Berlin