|Like another planet - Mars look, by Philipp Aldrup, Tidal pools series|
Seeing Singapore by foreigner's eyes, as photographer and explorer, German artist Philipp Aldrup made series of pictures 'Tidal Pools' and featured exhibition at Objectifs Gallery on the eve of 31st January.
'Gezeitentümpel' in German is series of photographers showing hidden parts of Singapore, construction grounds and hidden underneath. Spaces on photographs are anonymous and recalling questions about the brevity of life and the vastness of time. Sign of civilization is seen rarely, it looks as archaeological sites, that according to Philipp, 'symbolize the infinite glory-- and futility-- of existence'.
"Observatory's tidal pools-soundtrack CD-R" and the "Gezeitentümpel index sheet" are available for 10S$ to those, who want to keep photographs for private collection.
Deep your eyes in "Tidal Pools" at Objectifs Gallery @ 56A, Arab Street until 28th of February from 11 am to 7 pm, Monday to Friday.
Singapore musical band "The Observatory" is going to play at the exhibition venue at 5 pm, on the 16th of February. Come and enjoy deep dive into the hidden parts of Singapore.
|Underneath building - something you don't want to know, by Philipp Aldrup, Tidal pools series|
|Underwater look, by Philipp Aldrup, Tidal pools series|
|All around grey ground - no life, by Philipp Aldrup, Tidal pools series|
|Data & Mud - feeling of forgotten, by Philipp Aldrup, Tidal pools series|
|Buried - feeling of death, by Philipp Aldrup, Tidal pools series|
|Creative walls, Centre for Photography and Filmmaking, 56A, Arab Street, Objectifs Gallery, Singapore|