Singapore - Insula
Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, for almost 2 years now, international travel has been globally disrupted and border crossing restrictions implemented. This has been hard on everybody but specially on those who live and work in other countries away from families and homes. Insula aims to explores the concepts of boundaries and adaptation in Singapore by photographing its geographical land borders.
Because Singapore is a small nation state island, all the images in this project include a portion of the sea in then. Insula was started as a well-timed response to exploring the geographical limits of this small island where almost 6 million people coexist, and the reactions and strategies Singapore’s residents have been compelled to fashion to cope during these unsettling times