Geraldine’s work spans a broad range of topics, including family, mental illness and land-space issues in Singapore.
She uses the act of photography as an introspective method, and wishes for her images to challenge and evoke questions. White Walls is a duet of two projects meditated with similar breath.
This city by any other name (Would smell just as white) considers the matter of larger environments, and is a series of abstract contemplations on space and land usage in Singapore. Of two bedrooms is a series of images about a conversation that never, and couldn’t, take place. Based on past traumatic links she had with her grandmother within their own bedrooms, the work tells a story of displacement in the home and how death indelibly alters a long-standing, shared domestic space.
Photographs: Geraldine Kang | Website: http://geraldinekang.weebly.com