Keran Lu Jing is a creative based in Singapore who takes a multidisciplinary approach in her body of work, in the roles of image maker, stylist and art director.Her work conveys elements of fashion through visual narratives that embody Eastern culture and visual art with touches of nostalgia.
Guided by an eye for transient beauty, her pictorials adeptly translates a surrealistic mood with a romantic awakening of emotions and memory. Looking into cultural identity at the core of her aesthetic influences, she hopes to bring new ideas that contribute to the ongoing dialogue around contemporary Chinese iconography, as well as marking a new form of visual language.
Under the Moonlight is a publication which aims to depict how an individual identifies with one’s own cultural heritage through the use of poetic storytelling and decoding characters of the Chinese language from a modern fashion lens to reconnect with one’s Chinese Identity. Redefining and a celebration of Chinese Literature, this project hopes to evoke emotions of nostalgia and belonging while striving to inspire this generation to cultivate a deeper appreciation and understanding of their ethnic identity.