The French photographer Siu-Ling Ha (*1890) specializes in Polaroids and silver gelatin prints. Her passion is India, where she began photographing in 2004. She has traveled for more than ten years in the country, capturing impressive moments with her camera. With a distinct sense of light and shadow, Siu-Ling Ha reveals the intimacy of everyday situations like a girl outside a window or a school boy in a bus. The subject of the exhibited works is carefree childhood. In bright colors, these photographs shine. At the same time, a child may shyly retire into the shadow or secretly turn away from the camera. In Siu-Ling Ha's play with long exposures and visual uncertainties, her photographs convey a timeless, dreamy mood.