Sharon Chin (b.1980, Petaling Jaya) is a visual artist and writer living in Port Dickson. She has made paintings, performances, objects, installations and videos, and worked across a variety of fields, including fine art, art criticism, illustration, film, and journalism. Her work has been shown in museums and galleries, on sidewalks and in shopping malls, in Malaysia and around the world. Recently she illustrated Zedeck Siew’s short story collection Creatures of Near Kingdoms, available now from Maple comics. Her work is in the permanent collections of Singapore Art Museum and Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (QAGOMA). Her most recent project is ‘In The Skin of a Tiger: Monument to What We Want (Tugu Kita)’, a participatory performance and installation commissioned by Singapore Biennale 2019. In two separate events – one at National Art Gallery in Malaysia and the other at National Gallery Singapore , she invited members of the public to sew freely on 13 banners made out of recycled fabric. The fabric was reclaimed from used political party flags she collected after the historic 14 General Elections in Malaysia.