Male With Female Hands, 2017
Racy Lim (b. 1994, Singapore) is a writer, editor, creative producer and arts programmer. With a background in psychology & media studies, she researches on social science, digital sociology, politics and gender studies. Her work involves editing, writing, exhibition curation and programming, art and design management.

She is the editor of sand magazine, a publication (est. 2016) that documents contemporary art and studies the social environment. The first print issue was featured at Venice Biennale 2017. The second issue launched at Taipei Art Book Fair, 2018. In 2019, she moderated at Singapore Writers Festival as publication editor.

In 2018, she launched design and branding residency studio Such A Mood with creative partner, Izwan Abdullah. She is also part of fashion and visual arts collective, Why Not?

She has co-curated art exhibitions, Photography & Dining with Leica CL (2019) at Telok Ayer Arts Club, Singapore and The Deepest Blue (2018) at Gillman Barracks, Singapore. She co-organised Technology in Art (2018) at Supernormal, Singapore and The Orchid; The Wasp (2021) as part of Singapore Art Week.

She also works freelance in public relations, marketing, digital strategy and branding. Currently, she’s building an arts engagement project about gender expression and practices focused on realities, reconciliation and security.

Contact: work@racylim.com