This is a photography project that dwells into the psychology of a survivor of sexual assault. In this project, I linked up with Devika Panicker, Spokesperson for AWARE Singapore and local celebrity to create a series of conceptual images that depict the mental state of a victim of sexual assault.
Years ago, I would never have imagined myself wanting a tattoo. Why would I want something permanent embellished on my body? What if I woke up one day and regretted it? Fast forward to 2019 March and I find myself in the heart of Seoul and face-to-face with Aerok Kim, founder of Tattoo Korea.
In todays society, many find themselves caught up in the cycle of making a living within the confines of global capitalism and the norms of the majority. Not all. On a recent trip to Seoul, Korea, I came across Tattoo Korea - run by Aerok Kim.
Simply existing as opposed to truly living are two different things. Yet, many unwittingly trudge along without reflecting on their life purpose or what genuinely inspires them, without realising that much of their journey has been chartered by social conditioning instead of their own preferences.
This is a photography project that dwells into the psychology of a victim of sexual assault. In this project, we linked up with Devika Panicker, Spokesperson of AWARE SINGAPORE and local Instagram Celebrity to create a series of conceptual images that depicts the mental state of a victim of sexual assault.
This is in collaboration with Canon Singapore. Synopsis: We live in a concrete jungle where we have become one with stone and steel. Creatures of dreams and passion we were but today we live by intention. Knowledge has become a product that only few can afford.