Corridors of Diversity (2019)

Taken in Singapore, “Corridors of Diversity” is a multi-layered study of urban planning, architectural and human, day-to-day elements that characterise the high density city state. In a cross-sectional perspective originating from the communal corridors of various public housing blocks, where more than 80% of the local population called home, the series offers a nuanced visual dialogue that examines the close-knitted relationship and resonance between individual presence against the broader urban, social fabrics and collective sense of place.