Upon receiving the brief, I wanted to play around with the notions of juxtaposition and create the concept of contradiction and paradox through an autobiographical process.
After the second critique session, I felt that the outcome was not well received. In general, many were confused with the outcome and the overall direction was different in comparison to the rest of Read more →
A continuation from the last project, we have a paradoxical image with us somewhere in it. Here I attempted to playfully hide my real location by creating various distractions in the image while I blend off into the background to hide. This image shown here was been projected to be cleaner than the physical version (which was intentionally done Read more →
For this project I aimed at creating a poster which promoted the quitting of smoking.
At least from personal experience, I’ve come to feel that smoking is a lose-lose scenario for couples, especially those who have one partner who does and the other who doesn’t. Smoking corners people into being torn as to whether they should stay and tolerate the Read more →
Main Idea: This was my take on my “Happy Place” in ADM where i go to relax and think for inspiration!
My paradoxical space was created through an unrealistic manipulation of the bulldozer along the hawker centre at the soon to be demolished Old Woodlands Town Centre. The juxtaposition of size seeks to communicate how Singapore’s extremely fast development results in the loss of landscapes that embodies the nation’s culture and heritage.
I also enhanced the brightness of the bulldozer to Read more →
Process taken: Capturing of images Usage of photoshop to edit
Idea behind this creation: Showcase the new place I call my second home, which is the current hall I’m staying at – Hall 8. As most of us knows, NTU is a smoke-free campus, but there are still many cigarette butts lying around, signifying that many are going against the rule and still smoking.
My Read more →
With this project, I would like to convey the paradox of having transportation advance us geographically but not advancing (socially, mentally)-running in circles, going nowhere which is rather evident in Singapore where most are stuck in mundane routines.
I wanted to play on the idea that we have different modes of transportation to take us to places, but we are Read more →
When I read the requirements, the first distinctively local spot come to me is the Singapore Flyer.In my opinion, the ferris wheel is fantasy and romantic. And I’m also inspired by Interstellar,which is a science fiction film. The concept ‘wormhole’ is the inspiration that how I make use of the Singapore Fly. The ferris wheel is a shortcut for journeys Read more →
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