曾獲美國 IPA 國家精選獎金牌、法國 PX3 金牌、入選高雄獎，日本東川町國際寫真藝術節優秀賞，作品受邀於美國紐約、法國巴黎、國立台灣美術館、台北當代藝術館、高雄市立美術館等地展出，作品獲國美館典藏，日本寫真評論教父評論系列作：「無瑕的愛」是「比日本人還要宅的作品。」
Sim Chang, the winner in Advertising category of PX3, Paris, also won Red Warehouse Selection Excellence Award, Japan in 2012, had been invited to attend joint exhibitions to New York and France. Sim Chang’s visual language communicates reality with imaginary possibility in current “Screen Generation",showing the gap and contrast between ordinary life shell and its flesh and bone. Kataro Lizawa, famous critique of photography art from Japan, describes Sim’s “Flawless Love " series as “a true understander if Japanese Otaku-culture".
【Flawless Love 無瑕的愛】
Under the constant bombardment by the media, the things we see no longer are the things before us, but are impressions and stereotypes given to us by the media's indoctrination. They rewrite our memories at high speed and volume, and when we come to, we are unable to even tell whether what we see is real.
Fantasy tends to be more beautiful than reality, and this Screen Generation continues to rely on digital displays to interact with the world, taking in information and then transforming it into what we imagine. Thus the display becomes a medium that we cannot go without, this rectangular thing takes away loneliness and becomes a space in which emotions and dependencies are released. Falling in love with the virtual, and desiring to throw ourselves into it, we become a character in it.
Is this seemingly immaculate love really the feelings that we dream of? For those who are immersed in it, is the false not reality? Falling in love with one's imaginations may be an even more beautiful reality than reality itself.