Sarah Song (b1993) is a new media artist based in Hong Kong. Her practice lies at the junction of the natural world, sound, as well as visuals. She works in a variety of media and most of her artworks aim to explore the creative relationships and possibilities between nature and digital technology and to find poetic meaning in one's daily life. Always fascinated by the macroscopic world, the concepts of minimalism and surrealism. She believes mystery reveals itself through nature and time which we often overlooked. She loves to experiment with patterns, texture and mixed media so that her vivid imagination can be captured and realised. Her artworks have been exhibited in the group exhibitions and residency programme in Hong Kong, Italy, Iceland, Germany, Portugal and the UK since 2016.
2017 - 2019 MFA in Computational Arts, Goldsmiths, University of London, UK 
2012 - 2016 BSocSc (Hons) in Communication - Film and Media Arts Major, Hong Kong Baptist University, HK

The Professor Kelly Kao Memorial Scholarship Hong Kong Baptist University (2016)
Young Media Artist Award. Gold Prize, Hong Kong Baptist University (2016)
Re-WILDING, Murze, Issue Thirteen 2020
APÉRO CATALOGUE, Fine Art Collection Movement, April 2019
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