Body: Canvas of Time is a meditation and exploration of the self marked by the ephemerality of others. Nothing is ever permanent but our bodies become a canvas of intersections and remains over time.
Song For Dheena is an excerpt from Bernice Wong’s long-term observational documentary School Of Hard Knocks.
More people live alone now than at any other time in history. Nearly half of Manhattan’s residents live alone, and in Paris, Stockholm and Tokyo, rates are higher than fifty percent.
Chotiwat Lattapanit uses photography as therapy and images as memory bank for his children in this latest IPA Mentorship Project.
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.
The world presented in Black Matter raise questions about how we interact with the changes and challenges of our time and how we respond to the forces that impact the things that matter to us.
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.
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.
This series probes into the nature of consumption – the advertising world seduces us with a heady mix of material desires.
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.