Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Faculty Profiles

MS Chiang Jing Ying
National University of Singapore
10 Kent Ridge Crescent, Singapore 119260

Appointment: INSTRUCTOR
Office: AS6/03-30
Email: cnmcjy@nus.edu.sg
Tel: 65161088
Homepage: http://profile.nus.edu.sg/fass/cnmcjy/
| Brief Introduction | Teaching Areas | Research Interests | Other Information

Brief Introduction Top

Jing Chiang holds a Master of Fine Art (MFA) from RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia. Since then, she has been a practicing artist working with media such as drawing, painting, digital media, art installation, public art, photography, film and video, web and publication designs. Jing Chiang collaborated with artists, dancers, choreographers and various organizations. Her works have been exhibited both regionally and internationally. Besides teaching, Jing Chiang is currently taking a Doctorate degree with the department.

Teaching Areas Top

NM2212 Human Computer Interaction (tutor)
NM2213 Visual Design (tutor)
NM3213 Digital Humanities (tutor)
NM3223 Digital & Interactive Collage
NM3228 Interactive Sequencial Arts
NM3229 Data Visualization
Previously Taught
NM2208 Principles of Visual Communication
NM2210 Interactive Media Design: Theory
NM3223 Digital Photography and Imaging

Research Interests Top

* The intersection between HCI and art
* Visualization
* Tactical Media
* Interactivity
* Interactive Art

Other Information Top

Solo Exhibitions
“From der Artikel on…”, art installation, Freienwalder Straße 20, Berlin, Germany, 2007
“Labyrinth”, art installation, The Gallery, National Institute of Education, Singapore, 2004
“Polarity”, multimedia art installation, Artfolio Space, Raffles Hotel Arcade, Singapore, 2001
“Snaps – Incoherent Narratives”, paintings and art installation, Art Forum, Singapore, 1998
Selected collaborations
“Day dreams & night musings”, site specific dance performance and video art, Day and Night Bar + Gallery + Friends Singapore, 2008
“Infinity Project”, public art, Ngee Ann City, Singapore, 2005
"Absolute 0, Perfect 10", hybrid video documentary, screened at Arts House Mini Theatre, Singapore 2004
“Little Lee II – is today really yesterday?”, a dance-theatre piece, involved in video art, Jubilee Hall, Singapore 2004
“Little Lee I: the forgotten journey home”, a dance-theatre piece, involved in set design and video art, University Cultural Centre Theatre, Singapore 2003
“Hope – W.A.P at CHIJMES”, site specific collaborative project with 8 artists, public art, CHIJMES Singapore 2000
WOMEN beyond borders, California Non-profit Corporation, USA.
RMIT Human Resource Management Group, Australia.
Philip Morris Group of Companies, Singapore.
Private collections in UK, Australia, Germany, Singapore, Indonesia and Malaysia.

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