Lim Shu Min is a graphic designer working across print, screen-based media and exhibitions.
Based in Singapore, Shu Min has completed projects for The Arts House, the U.S Embassy Singapore, Changi Airport Group, DesignSingapore Council and the Singapore Art Museum. She is part of Sistrum, a collective that explores the intersection of site, sound and story, with projects such as Nature Remixed: Where are the borders of our paradise? for the Singapore Botanic Gardens and Vel Vel: A Sonic Walk which was exhibited at the Gwangju Design Biennale 2021.
Shu Min received a BFA in Graphic Design from the Rhode Island School of Design, with a concentration in History of Art and Visual Culture, and was awarded the DesignSingapore Scholarship. She previously worked at GSM Project for 5 years, designing exhibitions for the National Museum of Singapore, the Indian Heritage Center, the Asian Civilisations Museum, the Singapore Botanic Gardens and the Sarawak Museum. Prior to that, Shu Min worked at Small Design Firm and Tsang Seymour Design in the U.S. She has also served as a guest lecturer on graphic design for exhibitions at the Nanyang Technological University, School of Art, Design and Media.
With an approach that considers both content and context, Shu Min strives to develop experiences that inspire a broader and deeper interest in the world. Her multidisciplinary practice evolves from working in close collaboration with a diverse group of other creators – writers, curators, spatial designers, animators, sound designers and technologists.
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