Size: 90cm x 60cm
Material: digital image on aluminium composite
Description: I captured this image of one of the few surviving abandoned warehouses still standing at Clarke Quay on the Singapore River in 2004, and digitally engineered the work ten years later in 2014. Named after Sir Andrew Clarke, the second Governor of Singapore, Clarke Quay reached the height of its prosperity in the mid 19th century when barges transporting goods up the Singapore River would jostle for mooring spaces along the Quay. The building has history recorded in the multiple layers of different coloured paint on the weathered wooden windows and doors.
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