When dusk falls in Singapore, a nocturnal forest of lust and desire emerges. Lust and Caution, by Colin Seow was made during the 14th Edition of the IPA Mentorship Program.
Alvin Lau was a recipient of the IPA Mentorship Grant. Meditating Mortality was made during the 14th Edition of the IPA Mentorship Program.
Death by Drowning is a collection of photographs taken around Laguna de Bay, the largest lake in the Philippines and one of the largest in South East Asia. Made by Dianne Rosario during the IPA Mentorship Program.
Neither Beginning nor End, by Peter Teh was made during the IPA Mentorship Program. “There will come a time when you believe everything is finished; that will be the beginning.” Louis L’Amour.
Half a million Malaysians cross the border to work in Singapore. I am one of them and this is a story about my family which I leave behind to put bread on the table.
Murmurings, by Ron Soh was made during the IPA Mentorship Program. Anxieties lurk in the background as we confront our lives and our mortality every day.
This is CAPSULE, a re-imagining of the Nakagin Capsule Tower in Tokyo, a Japanese Metabolism building designed by architect Kisho Kurokawa in the 1970s.
In last decade or so, Pulau Ubin has been celebrated as a safe haven for its rich natural heritage and peaceful village life.
On March 15, 2016, millions of Malaysians woke up to a void. The Malaysian Insider went offline at the stroke of midnight on March 15, just a few weeks after turning eight.
Platform launches their +50 Photobook publication, featuring 2 books with 50 Essays from 50 Photographers in Singapore.
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.”