An exclusive interview with Singaporean photographer Huiying Ore on winning the Documentary Award in the Invisible Photographer Asia Awards 2018.
Wrapping up our awards season, the winners of our Documentary, Art, Photobook and Young Portfolio categories were announced at the opening of the Awards exhibition in Singapore.
The Golden City of Boten, by Ore Huiying [Singapore] is a Documentary Award Finalist in the Invisible Photographer Asia Awards 2018.
Announcing the 2018 FINALISTS of the Documentary, Art, Young Portfolio and Photobook categories in the Invisible Photographer Asia Awards.
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I had never considered my family worthy of documenting, because like most people, I thought they were ordinary. A life-changing incident a few years ago changed my mind. Diagnosed with meningitis, I was in a critical coma for several days. When I reflected on the things I would lose if life ended, I realized that my family was where my sense of self, community and tradition were inherited. I had felt neither appreciation nor understanding towards them. This documentation project is an attempt to bridge my indifference, and to relook at a subject taken for granted by most. I …