Al-Azmir Ibrahim


‘Streak’ captures the vibrancy of an urban city fueled by lights and how the city truly comes alive at night,- a kaleidoscopic alternate reality that plays on the manipulation of light and time. Through the use of long exposure photography, light entering the lens is prolonged and stretched out, giving a sense of movement through time. Drawing inspirations from Godfrey Reggio’s 1982 experimental film ‘Koyaanisqatsi’, streak showcases the dynamic movements of lights illuminating the still night. Streak aims to captivate the viewers and evoke a sense of moving forward with its quick-paced and bright moving lights playing along side with fast paced music by Deep Shoq. The use of different neon-like colours combined with overlaying effects alters the perception and reality of the original image and brings a whole new dimension to time and space.

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Al-Azmir Ibrahim – Streak


Al-Azmir Ibrahim

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Al-Azmir Ibrahim

Nanyang Technological University Singapore, School of Art, Design and Media



Al-Azmir is an aspiring adventure seeker who is curious about the world around him. He holds a diploma in Audio Visual Technology from Ngee Ann Polytechnic (Singapore), and is currently pursuing a degree at Nanyang Technological University (Singapore), majoring in Digital Filmmaking.

Azmir is fascinated with the interaction between man and the environment and is exploring on creating documentaries of these stories. Capturing moments in the form of stills and moving images is a way for him to preserve memories in this ever-changing world. He strives to achieve his dream of documenting his adventures through his travels and sharing these stories with the rest of the world.

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