Sheung Yiu (b. 1991, Hong Kong) is a photographer and researcher based in Helsinki. Taking the form of prints, videos, photo-objects, exhibition installations, and bookmaking, his artworks explore the poetics and politics of seeing through algorithmic image systems and sense-making through networks of images.
Often looking at photography through the lens of new media, scales, and network thinking, he ponders upon the post-human cyborg vision and how the technology that produces it transforms ways of seeing and knowledge-making. In doing so he seeks to understand how one can possibly see something where there is nothing, how to digitise light, and how vision becomes predictions.