Visual artist Sarah Wong studied at the Gerrit Rietveld art academy and lives in Amsterdam. Her work is about authenticity, sustainability and transformation. She uses the camera to visualize consciousness processes. Since 2003 she has been portraying Dutch transgender children who show their authentic selves in front of her camera. Her portraits are published worldwide, including in The New York Times and on the cover of the scientific journal Scientific American. When Sarah develops Lyme disease in 2013, she sets out to investigate the relationship between art and science. The Soulflower works of art are the result of this autonomous research into 'healing' art. Because of her vision as an artist, she works together with large organizations that are looking for a sustainable image, because one image says more than 1000 words. In 2019 she worked for a year for a Swiss pharma as Senior Advisor Imago Building. In the summer of 2020 she portrayed Dutch landscape farmers for the College of Government Consultants to give them a new image. The Follow up of transgender children will continue in the summer of 2021. Her purpose is to put people in the Light.
The Global Hospital, Rajasthan India.