Left to Right (L-R) brings together 53 entries by artists, curators and writers based in Singapore and beyond. Each entry features a maximum 200-word response to selected lens-based image(s) produced in or of Singapore. Coupled with additional conversations with artists and researchers around the issue of image making and marking, L-R is an invitation to a meaningful pause against the onslaught of images produced in the jubilee year of 2015. As an alternative image bank, L-R may be read as a record of our complicities and anxieties surrounding Singapore's image factory.
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Lives and Works: Singapore
Geraldine graduated from the School of Art, Design and Media at Nanyang Technological University. She enjoys establishing earnest connections with people, and has used photography as a means of introspection, negotiating identities within psychical and physical spaces.
Apart from photographing family, Geraldine has also worked on a series of collaborations regarding mental illness, and also experiments with installation and drawing from time to time. Her latest projects on spatial issues in Singapore include two bodies of photographs and a photo book published by Math Paper Press.
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