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Photo Essay

From man to input factor. Insights into the lives of migrant workers in Singapore.

A photo essay on the labour movement in Singapore. Medium, 14.02.2019


Photo Exhibition

banner-wmm-exhibition.pngThis exhibition features the photos of Srikhoon Jiangkratok, a migrant worker who worked as a construction worker in Singapore in the 1990s. Srikhoon brought not only his helmet to Singapore, but also his new camera and he began to document his life as a migrant worker with all its facets. This gives us a unique insight into the foreign workers lives which are determined by immigration policies and work regulations. On the one hand we can see the heroes of work on the rooftops of the global city, but also exhausted men who are plagued by tiredness and homesickness.

Fomat: The exhibition exists in analogue paper form but also as digital online exhibition.

Link: Work Men on the Move (English)

Link: Work Men on the Move (German)

Exhibition Venues:

Bonn (Germany) Adaptation in Motion Conference, Department of Geography, 5.-7.09.2018.

Geozentrum, Meckenheimer Allee 176, 53116 Bonn


Bangkok (Thailand) Rural Futures Southeast Asia Conference, Pullmann Hotel Asok, 1.-2.08.2018.

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Work Men on the Move in the Press

The Deutsche Welle reportet about this exhibition on 10.09.2018 with a picture gallery about „The tough life of Thai migrants in Singapore

The community news service Mothership Singapore reported about the exhibition on 14.09.2018 with an article about the „Thai migrant worker who took more than 900 photos of what it was like building S’pore skyline in the 90s

The Thai news paper Prachatai covered the exhibition on 16.09.2018 in thai langugae: „ภาพถ่ายของแรงงานไทยในสิงคโปร์ยุค’90 สะท้อนชีวิต ความฝัน มิตรภาพยามยาก