Date: –/–/– Location:  is a meticulous photo documentation of habitats found in Sister Island and Pulau Ubin during intertidal periods. Using a cyanotype photo technique that produces a cyan-blue print, artist Shirly Koh attempts to capture subjects such as corals, anemones, seagrass and even marine debris within a specific timeframe. 

 

This immersive investigation of Singapore’s coastlines communicates the immediate experience of environmental change from the artist’s personal viewpoint, and makes visible uneventful, and often overlooked coastal experiences.