“You look at the image and you think, ‘I’d like to go there, where is this place?’ But you can’t go there.”
In Montage XIII, two distinct architectural interiors collide in a single frame, yet the consistent quality of light conjures the illusion of a single space.
Works from the Montage series present new conceptions of space by combining diverse images that slot together almost seamlessly yet insist upon active looking. Drawn from her own extensive archive of images, these interconnected bodies of work are the result of combining prints of the same size with often a single, decisive cut. Through such ongoing investigations into the presentation and conception of photography, Singh offers a methodology that is rooted in process, perpetually open to change and innovation.