Sand is a valuable natural resource that is used all around the world in the production of building materials, computer technology, aeronautics, and in the process of land reclamation. However, the significance of sand in Singapore is unlike that in any other nations. Being one of the world's largest importers of sand, the island city-state's demand for these aggregates continues to grow with the on-going progress of the young First-World nation.
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Sandland was exhibited at Nanyang Technological University, School of Art, Design and Media as part of the Contemporary Landscape Photography Show in November 2016.
Sandland was featured in one of The Substation's Discipline the City chapbooks (Issue 06: Sand). Issue 06 features three explorations of "sand" and its relation to Singapore as a city-state. For more information, visit Discipline the City Publication