Photo & Film
Featuring Jacqueline Chang
Choosing what to get inked is a somewhat brain-racking activity. Photographer Jacqueline Chang seeks to explore the bigger body of text and stories behind the literary tattoos of almost strangers in her brave and honest photo project.
Featuring Tan Nqiap Heng
Flickering between the expression of dance and photography, artist Tan Nqiap Heng explores issues of physicality, identity and honesty in his works.
Featuring Leanna Teoh
Immersed in a world where photography bears as a platform for expression, photographer Leanna Teoh captures a father-daughter relationship through Singaporean architecture.
Featuring Sean Cham
An exercise in nostalgia as he takes us to various haunts in Singapore as part of his Yesteryears series
Featuring Razifman Adnan
Photographer Razifman Adnan creates ideas in the night and captures it in the morning when colours are at its most vibrant. Then, he feeds it to everyone in perfect squares.
Featuring Akai Chew
People often seek to capture meandering landscapes, but photographer Akai Chew chooses to focus on what surrounds us: the city. As urbanites in our concrete jungle, his photos force us to pause and reflect on this city we call home.
What does traveling mean to you? Taking a look at Nguan's photographs, we seem to be brought to another place. One thing is for sure: we are placed firmly in the land of wide-eyed wonder, marveling at what the world is, and what it can be.
Featuring Awool Shahrulnizam
Forget about Paris or London, he explores the less traveled cities in Southeast Asia and captures them on an old trusty analogue camera.
Featuring Tan Hai Han
Tan Hai Han lingers on the art of longing, intimacy, and wanting what we cannot have as we delve into his project, 'the sky i wish to share with you', five years after the book launch.
Featuring Simon Tay
Photographer Simon Tay unveils the charm of black & white analogue photography as we discuss his philosophy on art, expression and photography.