Victoria Sin

Sin Wai Kin​, formerly known as Victoria Sin (b. 1991) currently lives and works in London, UK. 

Sin Wai Kin using speculative fiction within performance, moving image, writing and print to interrupt normative processes of desire, identification and objectification. Drawing from close personal encounters of looking and wanting, their work presents heavily constructed fantasy narratives on the often unsettling experience of the physical within the social body.

Sin Wai Kin has participated in many important exhibitions, festivals and biennials, including: “Age of You”, MOCA, Toronto (CA, 2019); “La vie des chose”, MOMENTA biennale de l’image, Montreal (CA, 2019); “Kiss My Genders”, Hayward Gallery, London (UK, 2019); “Display”, Dortmunder Kunstverein, Dortmund (DE, 2019); “Meetings on Art”, The 58th Venice Biennale, Venice (IT, 2019); “Rising up in the infinite sky”, “Sophia Al-Maria: BCE”, Whitechapel Gallery, London (UK, 2019); “DO DISTURB”, Palais de Tokyo, Paris (UK, 2019); “General Ecology – PLANTSEX”, Serpentine Galleries, London (UK, 2019); “If I had the words to tell you we wouldn’t be here now”, Chi-Wen Gallery, Taipei (TW, 2019); “DRAG”, Hayward Gallery, London (UK, 2018); “The sky as an image, an image as a net”, Serpentine Park Nights, London (UK, 2018); “Swinging Out Over the Earth”, Whitechapel Gallery, London (UK, 2018); “Indifferent Idols”, Taipei Contemporary Art Center, Taipei (TW, 2018); “Block Universe”, Brunel Museum, London (UK, 2018); “A View From Elsewhere”, Café Oto, London (UK, 2018); “We Share the Same Tears”, Whitechapel Gallery, London (UK, 2018); “Glitch Feminism”, ICA, London (UK, 2017); “TATE EXCHANGE: GENDER TALKS”, Tate Modern, London (UK, 2017).


Chi-Wen Produces:

October 5 – November 2, 2019

If I had the words to tell you we wouldn’t be here now

January 16, 2019


British Art Show 9

Aberdeen Art Gallery

July 10 – October 10, 2021


Frac Lorraine 

January 11, 2020

BREATHLESS. London Art Now

Ca’ Pesaro

October 19, 2019 –  March 1, 2020


180 the Strand

October 2   December 8, 2019

Rewriting The Future: Sophia Al Maria, Sonya Dyer, Ursula Mayer, Victoria Sin

Site Gallery

September 27, 2019 – February 02, 2020

Age of You

Museum of Contemporary Art, Toronto

September 5, 2019 – January 5, 2020

La vie des choses

MOMENTA biennale de l’image, Montreal

September 5 – October 13, 2019

Meetings on Art

58th Venice Biennale

May 9 – 12, 2019

Kiss My Genders

Hayward Gallery

June 12 – September 8, 2019


Interview with SIN WAI KIN

The White Review

Septemper, 2021

British Art Show 9 review – is this really the art of a country in crisis?

The Guardian

July 9, 2021

Top Shanghai nightclub throws post-pandemic party with video art


May 28, 2020

Victoria Sin: “I’m trying to break down the binary of thinking and feeling”


March 11, 2020

The best young artists in London right now

Time Out London

September 30, 2019

Drag Is a Mirror

Canadian Art

September 19, 2019

The Artists to Know Right Now


September 16, 2019

Sophia Al-Maria’s “BCE”

Art Agenda

April 10, 2019

Curator Ralph Rugoff Unveils Plans for 2019 Venice Biennale’s Performance Programme


April 01, 2019

Artists Sophia Al-Maria and Victoria Sin on making art for the apocalypse


January 30, 2019

Beauty, Death and Drag, an Interview With Contemporary Artist Victoria Sin


January 17, 2019

Victoria Sin in Conversation


January 11, 2019

How Drag Artist Victoria Sin is Taking on the Art World


January 24, 2019

Victoria Sin plumbs watery depths for Gasworks fundraiser in London


November 7, 2018

Victoria Sin: 'A lot of drag is misogynistic but for me gender is the butt of the joke, not women'

Evening Standard

July 23, 2018

Drag: Self-Portraits and Body Politics review – a purely cosmetic exercise

The Guardian

June 28, 2018

You’re giving me boy. It’s not feminine enough

Auto Italia South East

12 May, 2015

Victoria Sin at Planetsex

Victoria Sin at Serpentine Galleries

“If I had the words to tell you we wouldn’t be here now”, conmissioned preformance by Chi-Wen Gallery, will screen at the PLANTSEX symposium (reflecting on botany and eroticism) April 12 as part of the Serpentine Galleries General Ecology Project.