Arabelle Zhuang (b. 1996) was born and raised in Singapore. She is an interdisciplinary artist working across photography, moving image, and textile. In her practice, Zhuang examines interpersonal relationships, beauty in the peripheral, and the cyclical nature of being.
She is interested in developing narratives that search for the multiplicities of everyday life and the layers in between. Music is also a vital catalyst to her works and is often used as points of departure for her series.
Her work has been exhibited in Bartle Bogle Hegarty (BBH), London; Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool; Lecia Gallery, Warsaw; and featured in Financial Times Weekend; London, Artsy, NYC; CNN, Atlanta; Metal Magazine, Barcelona.