Chotiwat Lattapanit uses photography as therapy and images as memory bank for his children in this latest IPA Mentorship Project.
We are offering 1 Scholarship Grant for the 10th Edition of the IPA Mentorship Program commencing in late March 2016. APPLICATION DEADLINE: SUNDAY, 14TH FEBRUARY 2016.
We take memory for granted as the absolute representation of the truth but as Oliver Sacks noted, “We as human beings are landed with memory systems that have fallibilities, frailties, and imperfections – but also great flexibility and creativity.”
Katia Repina worked on I Don’t Need To Know You during the IPA Mentorship Program. This project explores the forest park of Cataluna city.
Ownership heightens the sense of exclusion and the psychological need to distinguish between ‘us’ and ‘others’. Villagers began devising inventive ways to denote their territories.
Scars of Independence recounts the journey of Abkhazia as explored through the memory and identity of the Wolf, a self-exiled ex-soldier.
MASS RAPID TRANSIT is a significant facility that can be used to observe and contemplate modern life and the intersection of social relations.
We are offering 1 Scholarship Grant for the 8th Edition of the IPA Mentorship Program commencing in October 2015.
Motherhood, a most epic adventure. Somewhere only I know, by Donna Chiu was made during the IPA Mentorship Program.
Shyue Woon, the photographer and invisible protagonist, assumes the role of a conflicted private eye in a dark homage to crime noir and pulp fiction.
UNDERPASS, by Teng Kiat was made during the IPA Mentorship Program. Welcome to the realm of the underpass.
We are offering 1 Scholarship Grant for the JULY 2015 Edition of the IPA Mentorship Program. APPLICATION DEADLINE: FRIDAY, 12TH JUNE 2015.
Editing is a numbers game. The more images and range you have, the more options you have to weave a sequence.
The airport is a mass transit point for departures and arrivals. I found particular interest in the staging of objects in such a functional space.
“ Not until we are lost do we begin to understand ourselves.” – Henry David Thoreau