Singapore, by Nguan

IPA PROJECTS, Street Photography 13 Comments

Sometimes I see you with your head in the clouds and your heart on the floor.

You’re a beautiful confusion, a jungle city whose true nature cannot be paved. Though I’ve known you all my life, as I fumble my way home I frequently become hopelessly, irretrievably lost. In my photographs I try to find you.

Please — for once — hold still.

Photographs & Text: Nguan | Website: http://nguan.tv

 

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  1. Hi Nguan,
    I am docent of the Singapore Arts Museum. I am very impressed with your Untitled work from the “Singapore” series. I have been asked by SAM to give a short talk on the 5 photographs currently displayed in the Learning Gallery in SAM.
    Could I have a short chat with you to find out more about your work before my little talk next Monday.
    I can be reached at 97326603. I read a bit of your profile on tension in big cities and the “befores” and “afters”.
    I look forward to talking to you.

    Many thanks in advance.

    Florence tan

  2. Hi Nguan,
    I am docent of the Singapore Arts Museum. I am very impressed with your Untitled work from the “Singapore” series. I have asked my SAM to give a short talk on the 5 photographs currently displayed in the Learning Gallery in SAM.
    Could I have a short chat with you to find out more about your work before my little talk next Monday.
    I can be reached at 97326603. I read a bit of your profile on tension in big cities and the “befores” and “afters”.
    I look forward to talking to you.

    Many thanks in advance.

    Florence tan

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