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Darryl Chin (b.Singapore) is an interdisciplinary artist based in Tāmaki Makaurau. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) from the University of Auckland, where he developed a multi-faceted practice that oscillates between the fields of design, moving image, and installation to explore the impacts of technology on contemporary life.

Utilising a range of new media tools to examine the collision of corporate and cultural sectors, Chin incorporates technological optimisation into his artmaking and storytelling processes. By materialising screen-based impressions which contrast digital aesthetics with the aura of the handmade, his practice drives interactions between on-site participants and digital media through processes of transformation.

Chin has collaborated with local artist-run groups to create music videos, activations, and marketing campaigns, and his work has been exhibited in a range of spaces across Tāmaki Makaurau. Notable exhibitions include Niu Gold Mountain at Studio One — Toi Tū, This Room is an Island, a PHD performance with Yin-Chi Lee at Black Box Theatre (2022), Two Truths and a Lie at Depot Artspace as part of Auckland Arts Festival (2022), Silo In The Sky and 2069, All My Friends at Silo6 (2021), Unlined – IN TOUCH at the Asia New Zealand Foundation (2020), Murmurs at Window Gallery Online (2020), and Ratatouille, Fluid Borders Festival (2020).