Light reveals shade conceals, and their interaction with surface creates an ever-changing geometry...space envelopes...creates dimension. The frame includes and isolates...sometimes analytical at other times intuitive. Of Indian origin, Joginder Singh is a Toronto-based artist who explores this ephemera through architectural-documentary photography and sound. Notions of Heritage and Architecture have always had a special place in his heart, and he tends to photograph these spaces a lot, the spatiotemporal visuals contributing towards keeping our ephemeral architectural heritage alive. Trained in architecture, he is fascinated with the intersections of architectural heritage and the urban fabric, especially ones where the original symbiotically co-exists with the altered.
Joginder has shown his work in solo and group shows. He has curated shows of student work as part of his interdisciplinary teaching practice that blurs the boundaries between photography and design.
Joginder has several publications to his credit: Glimpses of Architecture in Kerala, Forts and Palaces of India, Cosmic Dance in Stone, The Arts and Interiors of Rashtrapati Bhavan - Lutyens and Beyond, and An Adobe Revival - Didi Contractor’s Architecture.
His forthcoming body of work explores the adaptive reuse of Christian religious architecture. Joginder is expected to complete his MFA in Documentary Media at Ryerson University, Toronto in June 2022.
Sessions auxquelles Joginder Singh participe
- Christian Churches – A continuum through adaptive reuse
- Présentateur.rice Joginder Singh |
- 11:30 AM - 11:50 AM | 20 minutes Partie de: Le patrimoine pour qui? La conservation des espaces communautaires