Caleb Ming, Plot

11/05/2015 by

Plot is a documentary project about land spaces in Singapore. It is a photographic record of plots of open land that remain untouched in the republic.

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What does it mean to have a photography community? And what could such a community do — on a societal level? What Photo Circle and a group of local photographers are doing in Nepal.

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The Philippine Daily Inquirer went to press before dawn on 29th April with a cover article on Indonesia’s execution of the ‘Bali Nine’.

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A selection of memorable quotes from our articles and interviews.

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Do different cultures and communities see and react to beauty differently or does there exist a universal formula that escapes boundaries?

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This series probes into the nature of consumption – the advertising world seduces us with a heady mix of material desires.

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They have been denied. First they were denied access to truthful information. They have become invisible, and their voices, muted.

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These photographs taken in Malaysia are symbols of the failure of progression I feel in this beloved country of mine.

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Editing is a numbers game. The more images and range you have, the more options you have to weave a sequence.

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Since the new millennium, Car culture broke into China strongly and quickly, and soon became the most popular or desired mode of transportation.

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