Stephanie Cheng is a photographer and filmmaker based in New York and Beijing. Her work examines cross-cultural dimensions within feminism and race, as she continues to explore the evolving representation of female sexuality and power across many genres. Her visual narratives not only seek to reflect the world we live in, but also imagine an entirely different one. Stephanie received her B.F.A. in Film and Television from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts and completed her Master’s in Visual, Museum, and Material Anthropology at the University of Oxford. She is represented by Boogie Woogie Photography in Asia.
Iridescent is a part of an ongoing series about being Overgrown Children - the fantastical surreality of feeling suspended between societal expectations and the pursuit of personal joy. It’s about the state of always being in flux and in transition, and the necessity to see the world through the lens of childlike wonder.
Iridescent, Shanghai, 2021
Courtesy of Boogie Woogie Photography
Archival Pigment print
HKD 14,000 (framed)