Home is an abstract idea that could be transient and fluid at time. It is fascinating to me that something that is suppose to provide stability and security can be so fragile and unstable. What makes a place our home? What makes it no longer home? When and how does a foreign place transit to home?
Looking at the experience of a Read more →
HELLOOO. Welcome to the first 4D project of this semester! This project is about exploring about what is Singapore to me? How well do I understand it? What is the way of life here in Singapore?
For task 1: we were suppose to choose between four approaches on the ‘theme’ that we were going for. They include:
1) Have a conversation with someone Read more →
For the first project, we had to create a visual narrative of our Singapore Diary. I chose to focus on the MRT and presented it in a video format.
Here it is!
From the feedback I got, there’s a lot of room for improvement. If I were to do this again, I would definitely get my friends to give their feedback as Read more →
The Singapore Diary: The City of Books
Concept and Message
My film is a case study on the book store, Basheer Graphic Books, located in Bras Basah Complex. Starting broad from Bras Basah(my chosen location for the project), we move in to the Bras Basah Complex, the theme of my project; then we look at Basheer’s store, and what he has to Read more →
The Singapore story has probably been the most exciting and satisfying project I’ve done in ADM till date. It was challenging to talk to tourists, but after six hours of trying I finally managed to talk to four people, all from different countries about their views on Singapore culture. I made friends, enjoyed shooting and compiling it together!
p.s im having technical errors with my phone so the process post will come in a day or two
“A waste of space?” is a project that comments on society’s wavering judgement of people based on how they use free spaces. When there are no restrictions that determine what can and cannot be done in a Read more →
It’s a video about a place I’ve always found comfort in, at a time when the world feels the loneliest. But this place is a warm hug even in the cold night. This is how I try to dissect the reasons for this comfort. Put together, it’s a poem in the spirit of 1959’s ‘My Favorite Things’.
People say that Singapore is a Read more →
THE SINGAPORE STORY: THE INVISIBLE STREETS OF SINGAPORE