Noise Singapore: Photography Talks and Workshops


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Jan 17, 2008

Toy Story
The "Macroworld" of Etienne Clement's Photography

Hailing from London, conceptual photographer Etienne Clement will be conducting an exclusive talk during the Noise Singapore 2011 festival showcase. The talk will focus on the Paris-born photographer’s career, which began in architectural photography, and how his practice evolved into his current “macroworld” photographic series involving the creation of “other” worlds and narratives with aging toys against backdrops of dilapidated buildings.His work has been exhibited in galleries across Europe, including the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art Gateshead in Gateshead, Magda Danysz Gallery in Paris and Galeria Fruela in Madrid. Limited seats

Date: 17 Feb 2011 (Thu)

Time: 7.30 – 9.30pm

Venue: Alliance Francaise Theatre

Please call 63442956 or 63469636 for enquiries.

Talk Shop

A dialogue session for photography professionals/enthusiasts with Etienne Clement on the topic of fine art photography, the evolution of his career and his current works. This is an exclusive session with Etienne where only a small group of photographers will be able to attend his talk, pose questions to him and share their ideas with other professionals/enthusiasts.

Date: 18 Feb 2011 (Fri)

Time: 7.30 – 9.30pm

Venue: Goodman Arts Centre, 90 Goodman Road (nearest train station is Mountbatten on the Circle Line)

Please call 63442956 for enquiries.

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Creative Play
Photography workshop by Etienne Clement

When it comes to creative play, there are two types of children. Those who build structures and those who build stories. The task of the workshop Creative Play is to produce one photograph where these two types of play are weaved together in both world.

Date: 19 & 20 Feb 2011 (Sat & Sun)

Time: 10am – 6pm

Venue: Goodman Arts Centre, 90 Goodman Road (nearest train station is Mountbatten on the Circle Line)

Participants will have to:

1) Choose from various sources of inspiration, a starting point that will define the future piece.

It can be:
- A personal experience - a memorable event, a dream, a fantasy etc…
- A master painting of your choice you may feel needs a new interpretation
- An adaptation ie. from literature to photography, from music to photography

2) Gather all props and ingredients needed for the piece prior to the workshop (eg. printed photographs for backdrop, 3D models, figurines, toys, art materials like glue, scissors, cutters, ruler, cardboard, colours).

3) The workshop

Day one: Project presentation by each participant, production, critique, further tutorials
Day two: Brief introduction to macro photography, production, shoot, final photographs presentation

4) What will you learn?

The participants will first gain hands on experience and knowledge on how to create a macro 3D world, a theatre where they can freely construct, a site for play and an area of experimentation. Once captured on camera and transformed into 2D, the participants will see their own created spaces radically altered, for they start to disrupt the viewer’s perception of 'real' or 'unreal'.


1. Commitment to attend the 2-day workshop
2. A DSLR camera with macro lens feature and tripod stand
3. Materials for their 'macroworld' project as listed above
4.Payment fee of $20 for workshop sessions
Please note that payment for the workshop can be made at our office at the following address during office hours (10am – 6pm):
462B Joo Chiat Road, Singapore 427674

Do give us a call to make an appointment if you wish to make payment after office hours.

Accepted modes of payment:
1. Cash
2. Cheque

Payment has to be made before 19th February.
Seats for the workshop will be confirmed upon receipt of payment.
Please do not hesitate to call 63442956 or 63469636 if you have any queries.

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