Our second episode of Walking with Photographers features Lavender Chang guiding us through the quaint roads of Joo Chiat, Singapore.
Chang brings us through a journey back in time where she shares her experiences of growing up in Singapore as a Taiwanese born resident. The tour brings us to the locations where Chang created images for the series, I Am a Seed, Though a Different One , The Movingly Minute Scale of a Restricted Life and more. Join us in this 360 Journey through Joo Chiat as we talk about identity, culture and family.
This programme is a Video on Demand (VOD) so please do join us whenever and wherever you may be in the globe!
The Singapore International Photography Festival is a biennial gathering of minds from around the world with the common pursuit of advancing the art and appreciation of photography. It aims to be a much-needed arena for critical thought and academic discussion on photography in Southeast Asia.
The SIPF will also function as a key platform to discover, nurture and propel Southeast Asian photographers onto the international stage. Through its associate programmes, the festival hopes to engage the public and cultivate a larger audience. At the core of SIPF is a firm belief that photography can be enjoyed by all.
SIPF is organised by DECK, an independent art space for photography. Art Photography Centre Ltd (DECK) is supported by the National Arts Council under the Major Company Scheme for the period from 1 April 2019 to 31 March 2022.