Rebecca Yang (b. 1995, Singapore) is a photographer whose personal projects revolve around social issues and people, as she enjoys exploring humanistic components in her work. Naturally drawn to people, she believes that each subject is unique and uses photography as a method of relaying their stories in the form of visual narratives.
Rebecca’s photography style is documentary, expressive and natural, as she seeks to engage with her audience on a personal level.
Area(s) of Focus
Digital Photography, Photography
Final Year Project(s)
If tomorrow does not come, it would be alright. Things would be the way they were meant to be.
Quiet Pain: 38 // 42 explores the subject of passive suicide ideation, a state which occurs when a person is not actively seeking for ways to die, but expresses detachment from life, and experiences the desire for death to come quickly and naturally.
The photographs are part of an ongoing work that have been taken over a period of two months, whereby the photographer continually documents things, places and times in everyday life when she feels trapped between and belonging neither to the land of the living or the dead.