Several of my shots from the ongoing ‘Bidadari Blossoming’ series is being exhibited as part of the ‘Good Places / 好地方’ exhibition. This is a medium and large format photography exhibition that is being held at Millenia Walk, Singapore. It is already up and will continue on till 18 August 2013.
As the name implies, this year’s theme revolves around the ‘Good Places’, or ‘好地方’ found in Singapore. Every single day, some part of our culture and heritage is being demolished and lost forever due to our monstrously rapid and rampart urbanisation. Therefore, the aim is simply to document as much of these ‘Good Places’ as possible, using our favourite and equally endangered medium – film. The images on display are the heartfelt works of our little group of film enthusiasts, of which I have been shooting with for the past couple of years. All images were shot by us either on medium or large format cameras.
Additionally, we are also doing slide projections with a 6x6 projector, light-tables to view slides with and posters to show you the steps for E6 developing. We even have an instant FP booth set-up to have your portrait taken with a large format camera. Analogue goodness abound!
This exhibition is 100% non-profit and stems purely from our love for film and for our land. Every penny involved to make this exhibition happen came out of our own pockets. So if you are in the town and is interested in learning more about film photography or about Singapore, please drop by to check out our exhibition!
More information and pictures at www.facebook.com/goodplacesphotos