by Low Lai Chow in New Photography on Wednesday 23 April 2014

Now on display as part of Ang Song Nian’s photographs in his And Now, Like Sleeping Flowers series feature natural landscapes with a delicate allure that invites closer inspection, at which point the white confetti — not snow — that pepper each of these landscapes become hard to miss.

Ang observed of his work: ‘The presence of confetti are usually witnessed at funeral processions, where paper effigies denoting bank notes from Hell, are thrown and propelled into the air, painting the procession journey a sea of white.’ Seems rather ominous.