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16 Sep 2022 — 30 Oct 2022

From 2019 to 2020, a social movement surged in Hong Kong opposing the government’s highly controversial amendment of the legislation…

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16 Sep 2022 — 30 Oct 2022

With a background in web creation, Soushi Tanaka became intrigued by the transmission and transformation of visual data via optical…

Wandering, Wondering

16 Sep 2022 — 30 Oct 2022

Wandering, Wondering is a story of us all growing up as adults, being accustomed to social norms, and living in…

Room no.2 and Sunset on Unnamed Lanes (2020)

16 Sep 2022 — 30 Oct 2022

“Room no.2” examines the interiors of the homes of Khlong Toey, one of Bangkok’s largest slums, with a straightforward and…

The Witch Stage

16 Sep 2022 — 30 Oct 2022

Liza Ambrossio’s art is inseparable from her life, mirroring her experiences as a woman of mixed ancestry born in a…

of solongs and ashes

16 Sep 2022 — 30 Oct 2022

of solongs and ashes is a visual stream of consciousness reflecting the deluge of memories swirling in Min Ma Naing’s…

Living Under the Volcanoes

16 Sep 2022 — 30 Oct 2022

Located on the Pacific Ring of Fire, Indonesia ranks third in the world with the most active volcanoes, after the…

Ghost Island

16 Sep 2022 — 30 Oct 2022

Suffused with the enigma and otherworldliness of dreams, Ghost Island is an endeavour at building visual metaphors and frameworks for…

How to Pickle an Adder

16 Sep 2022 — 30 Oct 2022

In 1983 when an inquisitive fisherman picked up a rock and threw it up the steeply-shelving beach at Cell Howell…

11,565 Kilometre Project

16 Sep 2022 — 30 Oct 2022

Since 2018, Beichen Zhang has been investigating the history and circulation pathways of Chinese artefacts in American museums, in an…

Red Flowers 红花

16 Sep 2022 — 30 Oct 2022

When one reaches a bottleneck in life, looking back may be the way forward.  Red Flowers is a tribute to…

SEPARATE HIDDEN RULES

16 Sep 2022 — 30 Oct 2022

Masquerading as glossy product advertisements, Makoto Oono’s vivid still life imagery draws viewers in hook, line and sinker, before sensations…

Unperson | Portraits of North Korean Defectors

16 Sep 2022 — 30 Oct 2022

In George Orwell’s dystopian novel “1984”, an “unperson” is someone who has been vaporised, whose record has been erased. Similarly,…

Ground Truth, or How to Resurrect a Tree

16 Sep 2022 — 30 Oct 2022

Ground Truth, or How to Resurrect a Tree illustrates the state of ‘seeing something when there is none.’ Following the…

Dwelling

16 Sep 2022 — 30 Oct 2022

Through montage and multiple exposures, Matthew Cronin re-imagines home furnishing catalogue photographs by J.C. Penney, an American department store chain…

Under the Night of the Unseen Stars

16 Sep 2022 — 30 Oct 2022

Artificial lights have always taken center stage as subjects in Toni Cuhardi’s photographs. He prefers thinking of photography as not…

Where Does the Sun Rise; Where Will the Moon Shine

16 Sep 2022 — 30 Oct 2022

In an uncertain era plagued with global crises ranging from the pandemic, heightening geopolitical tensions, to the issue of environmental…

Mars on Earth

16 Sep 2022 — 30 Oct 2022

It is humanity’s penchant to always seek out new, undiscovered frontiers. In the realm of space travel and exploration, the…

Boomers

16 Sep 2022 — 30 Oct 2022

Meet the Korean equivalent of the Japanese salaryman — the ‘Ajeossi’. The term refers to middle-aged men from their 40s…

SIPF Portfolio Showcase

16 Sep 2022 — 30 Oct 2022

In a famous metaphor Henry James explains experience: experience is never limited, and it is never complete; it is an…