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  • The Singapore River as a Psychogeographical Faultline by Debbie Ding, 2010 [25]

    Arts · Events · Substation (Organization)
    This photograph is part of the collection of The Substation’s “Open Call 2010”, an annual showcase first initiated by The Substation in 2008 to support strongly artistic, critical and rigorous visual arts proposals. Debbie Ding’s exhibition featured an installation that highlights the significance of the Singapore River. Title devised by...
  • My Last Adornment, 31 May 2008 [16]

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    This photograph is part of the collection of an installation exhibition called My Last Adornment. It showcased home-grown jewellery designer Lee Ker Shing, better known as Shing, the owner of local label Argentum. Title devised by Library staff.
  • My Last Adornment, 31 May 2008 [7]

    Arts · Events · Substation (Organization)
    This photograph is part of the collection of an installation exhibition called My Last Adornment. It showcased home-grown jewellery designer Lee Ker Shing, better known as Shing, the owner of local label Argentum. Title devised by Library staff.
  • My Last Adornment, 31 May 2008 [11]

    Arts · Events · Substation (Organization)
    This photograph is part of the collection of an installation exhibition called My Last Adornment. It showcased home-grown jewellery designer Lee Ker Shing, better known as Shing, the owner of local label Argentum. Title devised by Library staff.
  • My Last Adornment, 31 May 2008 [5]

    Arts · Events · Substation (Organization)
    This photograph is part of the collection of an installation exhibition called My Last Adornment. It showcased home-grown jewellery designer Lee Ker Shing, better known as Shing, the owner of local label Argentum. Title devised by Library staff.
  • My Last Adornment, 31 May 2008 [19]

    Arts · Events · Substation (Organization)
    This photograph is part of the collection of an installation exhibition called My Last Adornment. It showcased home-grown jewellery designer Lee Ker Shing, better known as Shing, the owner of local label Argentum. Title devised by Library staff.
  • The Singapore River as a Psychogeographical Faultline by Debbie Ding, 2010 [32]

    Arts · Events · Substation (Organization)
    This photograph is part of the collection of The Substation’s “Open Call 2010”, an annual showcase first initiated by The Substation in 2008 to support strongly artistic, critical and rigorous visual arts proposals. Debbie Ding’s exhibition featured an installation that highlights the significance of the Singapore River. Title devised by...
  • The Singapore River as a Psychogeographical Faultline by Debbie Ding, 2010 [23]

    Arts · Events · Substation (Organization)
    This photograph is part of the collection of The Substation’s “Open Call 2010”, an annual showcase first initiated by The Substation in 2008 to support strongly artistic, critical and rigorous visual arts proposals. Debbie Ding’s exhibition featured an installation that highlights the significance of the Singapore River. Title devised by...
  • My Last Adornment, 31 May 2008 [6]

    Arts · Events · Substation (Organization)
    This photograph is part of the collection of an installation exhibition called My Last Adornment. It showcased home-grown jewellery designer Lee Ker Shing, better known as Shing, the owner of local label Argentum. Title devised by Library staff.
  • The Singapore River as a Psychogeographical Faultline by Debbie Ding, 2010 [29]

    Arts · Events · Substation (Organization)
    This photograph is part of the collection of The Substation’s “Open Call 2010”, an annual showcase first initiated by The Substation in 2008 to support strongly artistic, critical and rigorous visual arts proposals. Debbie Ding’s exhibition featured an installation that highlights the significance of the Singapore River. Title devised by...
  • My Last Adornment, 31 May 2008 [2]

    Arts · Events · Substation (Organization)
    This photograph is part of the collection of an installation exhibition called My Last Adornment. It showcased home-grown jewellery designer Lee Ker Shing, better known as Shing, the owner of local label Argentum. Title devised by Library staff.
  • The Singapore River as a Psychogeographical Faultline by Debbie Ding, 2010 [28]

    Arts · Events · Substation (Organization)
    This photograph is part of the collection of The Substation’s “Open Call 2010”, an annual showcase first initiated by The Substation in 2008 to support strongly artistic, critical and rigorous visual arts proposals. Debbie Ding’s exhibition featured an installation that highlights the significance of the Singapore River. Title devised by...
  • My Last Adornment, 31 May 2008 [3]

    Arts · Events · Substation (Organization)
    This photograph is part of the collection of an installation exhibition called My Last Adornment. It showcased home-grown jewellery designer Lee Ker Shing, better known as Shing, the owner of local label Argentum. Title devised by Library staff.
  • The Singapore River as a Psychogeographical Faultline by Debbie Ding, 2010 [24]

    Arts · Events · Substation (Organization)
    This photograph is part of the collection of The Substation’s “Open Call 2010”, an annual showcase first initiated by The Substation in 2008 to support strongly artistic, critical and rigorous visual arts proposals. Debbie Ding’s exhibition featured an installation that highlights the significance of the Singapore River. Title devised by...
  • The Singapore River as a Psychogeographical Faultline by Debbie Ding, 2010 [19]

    Arts · Events · Substation (Organization)
    This photograph is part of the collection of The Substation’s “Open Call 2010”, an annual showcase first initiated by The Substation in 2008 to support strongly artistic, critical and rigorous visual arts proposals. Debbie Ding’s exhibition featured an installation that highlights the significance of the Singapore River. Title devised by...
  • My Last Adornment, 31 May 2008 [10]

    Arts · Events · Substation (Organization)
    This photograph is part of the collection of an installation exhibition called My Last Adornment. It showcased home-grown jewellery designer Lee Ker Shing, better known as Shing, the owner of local label Argentum. Title devised by Library staff.
  • The Singapore River as a Psychogeographical Faultline by Debbie Ding, 2010 [30]

    Arts · Events · Substation (Organization)
    This photograph is part of the collection of The Substation’s “Open Call 2010”, an annual showcase first initiated by The Substation in 2008 to support strongly artistic, critical and rigorous visual arts proposals. Debbie Ding’s exhibition featured an installation that highlights the significance of the Singapore River. Title devised by...
  • My Last Adornment, 31 May 2008 [18]

    Arts · Events · Substation (Organization)
    This photograph is part of the collection of an installation exhibition called My Last Adornment. It showcased home-grown jewellery designer Lee Ker Shing, better known as Shing, the owner of local label Argentum. Title devised by Library staff.
  • The Singapore River as a Psychogeographical Faultline by Debbie Ding, 2010 [20]

    Arts · Events · Substation (Organization)
    This photograph is part of the collection of The Substation’s “Open Call 2010”, an annual showcase first initiated by The Substation in 2008 to support strongly artistic, critical and rigorous visual arts proposals. Debbie Ding’s exhibition featured an installation that highlights the significance of the Singapore River. Title devised by...
  • My Last Adornment, 31 May 2008 [15]

    Arts · Events · Substation (Organization)
    This photograph is part of the collection of an installation exhibition called My Last Adornment. It showcased home-grown jewellery designer Lee Ker Shing, better known as Shing, the owner of local label Argentum. Title devised by Library staff.
  • The Singapore River as a Psychogeographical Faultline by Debbie Ding, 2010 [33]

    Arts · Events · Substation (Organization)
    This photograph is part of the collection of The Substation’s “Open Call 2010”, an annual showcase first initiated by The Substation in 2008 to support strongly artistic, critical and rigorous visual arts proposals. Debbie Ding’s exhibition featured an installation that highlights the significance of the Singapore River. Title devised by...
  • The Singapore River as a Psychogeographical Faultline by Debbie Ding, 2010 [27]

    Arts · Events · Substation (Organization)
    This photograph is part of the collection of The Substation’s “Open Call 2010”, an annual showcase first initiated by The Substation in 2008 to support strongly artistic, critical and rigorous visual arts proposals. Debbie Ding’s exhibition featured an installation that highlights the significance of the Singapore River. Title devised by...
  • My Last Adornment, 31 May 2008 [22]

    Arts · Events · Substation (Organization)
    This photograph is part of the collection of an installation exhibition called My Last Adornment. It showcased home-grown jewellery designer Lee Ker Shing, better known as Shing, the owner of local label Argentum. Title devised by Library staff.
  • The Singapore River as a Psychogeographical Faultline by Debbie Ding, 2010 [22]

    Arts · Events · Substation (Organization)
    This photograph is part of the collection of The Substation’s “Open Call 2010”, an annual showcase first initiated by The Substation in 2008 to support strongly artistic, critical and rigorous visual arts proposals. Debbie Ding’s exhibition featured an installation that highlights the significance of the Singapore River. Title devised by...