Video, Singing and Performance
"Paper Gown' performance by Chloe Wing, at Two Temple Place, London. Filmed during the Chinese Arts Now x Two Temple Place Exhibition and Festival 2021.
Filmed by Mark Lawrie and edited by Chloe Wing.
Self-Portraits with 'Paper Hats triptych' 2021, Visibility & Remembrance exhibition, Florida.
Paper Masquerade Series, self-portraits, 2022
'Paper Gown' 2021 CAN x Two Temple Place (photos by Johan Persson)
'Little Black Dress' exhibited at '5 Wire 5 Thread' exhibition by Infems Aug 2022
Performing songs from 'Caged' at The Red Door Project Space, Kensington 2018. ( photos courtesy of Mark Lawrie)
'Memory Is My Dis-Ease' at the Mall Galleries, London as part of the Passion for Freedom Show.
Videos / Performances
'Veils' Performance at Rich Mix, Feb 2020, as part of my solo exhibition 'Walls', as part of Chinese Arts Now festival 2020. (All songs are original and wholy my own. Video courtesy of Annika Johnemark)
'Surface' music video by Chloe Wing. 2019.
Video by Cindy Chow and Mark Lawrie.
'Phobia' by Chloe Wing, filmed by Tahira Mandarino-Simler at Wimbledon College of Art, UAL. 2013
'A Girl's Dream', film and edit by Cindy Chow and Mark Lawrie. Song 'Bully/ I Doubt Myself' by Chloe Wing. 2016
Forget and Forgive, video, 2020, exhibited at Rich Mix.
'Veils & Walls', exhibited as part of the Museum Of Transology, 2017, Brighton Museum. filmed and edited by Angela Zenxhiang Li, Cindy Chow and Mark Lawrie. Song 'Walls' by Chloe Wing 2017 (All songs on this webiste are wholy of my own creation, lyrics, melody, singing and arrangment.)
'Nurture My Nature' song written and sung by Chloe Wing, Filmed by Mark Lawrie. 2019
Song 'Doesn't Really Matter' song by Chloe Wing, singing with Alex Green, at The RVT, London, May 2018
'Forget & Forgive' at The Shortwave Cafe & Gallery, as part of the Queer Arts Weekender Art exhibition, March 2018
'Who Do You Follow' sung live, Song by Chloe Wing Chow. All songs in this webiste are copyrighted and wholy of my own creation, lyrics, melody and arrangment.. Filmed by Mark Lawrie.
Performance, Video Art & Music
I am presently recording music for my concept album 'Caged', which I have been working on since 2007... I started to wear a veil initially because it helped with my self-consciousness and performance anxiety, I can hide, I can be safe somehow... But why do I feel this way?...
Looking at identity and the layers of who we are, what we think and how that is influenced by the past. The things we do not always perceive in our everyday lives... things that control us psychologically and socially. Things we just accept as normal and everyday, from the way we dress, to the language we use... I conceal, and hide within these layers, obscure visuals and physicality in order to express fear, rejection, painful memories and feeling lost in our contemporary society. Feeling unable to express myself. With no usual rights or autonomy...
I have realised in recent years that I love to dance and sing, yet I have never had the courage to do these things as I would have done... they are very exposing and public... I feel extremely excruciatingly vulnerable... and I also don't feel I have the same rights to do these things as some others do... in a way I can achieve performance through recording and video... I find it hard to perform openly, though... Yet I have sung and danced since I was a child... there are many things I do not accept about myself... Why do I have such anxiety that prevents me from doing something I love so much? Is it even natural to perform in public? Is it some sort of rule or lack of accordance in me that naturally prevents me?... I care about fashion, though I know it is deemed a superficial interest... I am exploring my insecurities and blockages and try to overcome them... There are so many things that prevent me from focussing on my performance in a positive and technical way because I am thinking about negative things instead. Things that are barriers for me, things which others may not have, yet I have to shoulder. I have a choice, yet I question and doubt myself... These things stop me... they are my Walls...
To peel away these layers, to reveal something about our behaviours can be liberating, enlightening and helpful in understanding ourselves...
The ideas of feeling trapped, caged, restricted, anxious, stressed, sad, and having a need to express oneself ... this is what I explore for me... So I follow this intuition and instinct in me... moving from the visual in art to the non-physical in music... I am beginning to feel very differently about myself and the world, as well as what I do... Will I ever get to sing free like a bird does?...