SIPF 2018 – NOMAD: Outside In (Caleb Ming, Kevin Fee, Ernest Wu)
VISUAL ARTS, FESTIVAL
Presented by Singapore International Photography Festival
Following a residency programme in Yunnan, China in 2017, three Singaporean photographers return with insightful and varied explorations ranging from the dynamic urbanscape to the navigation of cultures and traditions of Naxi ethnic minorities. Outside In presents the works of Caleb Ming, Kevin Fee and Ernest Wu.
NOMAD is a bridge for festivals, photographers and audience to foster artistic practice, nurture appreciation, and promote cultural exchange between countries. NOMAD is held every interim year of SIPF and has traversed Asia & Europe since 2009.
Tickets are only available for sale at the door.
Bundle tickets priced at $10 for the two ticketed exhibitions taking place at The Arts House [Child's Play and Other Stories] & [NOMAD: Outside In]
2. Artist Dialogue with NOMAD artists Caleb Ming, Kevin Fee & Ernest Wu, SG and Dali International Photography Exhibition’s Director, Mr Bao Li Hui (China)
29 Sep | 7pm–8.30pm | Living Room | $12, free for SIPF Festival Pass holders | Tickets available here
About the Artists
Caleb Ming’s (b.1978) works examines development in society on the intricacies between spaces and their inhabitants. He continues to find stories taking on the new medium of video and sound.
Kevin Fee (b.1990) is a Singaporean multi-disciplinary artist. His works address the innate responses of humans that are often misplaced, questioning what drives social codes and the systems implemented to teach humans how to be humans. These discourage thinking while also creating dependency on a structure – one that might not stay reliable for long enough.
Ernest Wu (b.1991) graduated in 2018 from Nanyang Technological University, School of Art, Design and Media with a BFA(hons) in Photography and Digital Imaging. He has exhibited in Auckland, Dali and Singapore. For his work, Ernest was recently awarded the Kwek Leng Joo Prize of Excellence in Photography.