- The photos are a view of a spectator from the ground, looking up to the ceilings in various spots in the once-majestic Tanjong Pagar Railway Station in Singapore. The station was built in 1932, and was closed to public in 2011. These photos were taken in June 2012.
I wish to show the signs (science) of wear-and-tear from the ceilings, that lends an imagery collectively to show a sort of a neglect of the old Station.
- Most things around us are peas from the same pod -- Portrayals modified onto various skins.
In this incarnation, the jerry can turns the expected into the unexpected, by morphing into a lamp.
Take a look at this series, inspired by how the 'green' from the lamp mingles with the urban environment it lights up.
See, imagine and follow how the lamp's illuminating light replaces another element – water, dancing out of the canister and eager to break free from a definite shape, turning a familiar, immediate world into an unfamiliar, alternate world.
- Ms Cup Noodles.
Dustbins are, essentially, a part of one’s personal space, almost akin to a type of ‘identity autopsy’.
Through photographs of trash and their environment, viewers are exposed to things owned and disowned by different people