Curator Selection / 2020 / /
Invisible Faces of Malaria
The photos submitted here are a collection of my work with Oxford University Clinical Research Unit in Vietnam . They featured my work on malaria in Cambodia, Indonesia, Bangladesh and Pakistan.
My work aimed to creating awareness of malaria which is important for the elimination of the disease. Public Engagement is important to bring awareness of our work and I hope my work will be a bridge between science and art and bridging cultures and perceptions of diseases in Asia Pacific.
My name is Pearl Gan.
I am a photographer based in Singapore. Over the years, I have been volunteering in medical projects on infectious diseases such as malaria, tuberculosis and dengue and with other non-profit organisations.
My passion is to help the less advantages people and assist in highlighting medical issues in the impoverished and less advantaged communities. Using photography as a medium, I hope that my work provides the bridge between science and art ; bridging cultures and communities.
Awards 2022 - One of the Winning images in The Lancet Highlights competition, UK
2021 - One of the Winning images in The Lancet Highlights competition, UK
2021 - One of the Top Ten image in the Final selection - 12th European Congress on Tropical Medicine and International Health (ECTMIH) Photography Competition.
2020 - "Invisible Faces of Malaria" shortlisted by State of the World competition
2019 - 3 Winning Images in The Lancet Highlights Competition, UK
2019 - Winner of Photography Award, UK
International Federation of Gynaecology and Obstetrics: FIGO
2019 - Winner of ISNTD Festival Award, UK
2017 - 3rd Prize in Swiss Malaria Photo Contest - Care Category
2014 - Honorable Mention - Prix de la Photographie (PX3)