Can I Call It Home?
Can I Call It Home? is a personal reflection on the place of individuals in the city of Hong Kong, their relationships and interactions with places, the way they occupy them, the traces they leave there temporarily or permanently.
In Hong Kong, for lack of private space, the inhabitants voluntarily monopolize public space or nature, they dispose of them and arrange them, thus shaping them in their image.
If the private space is strictly closed and protected or even secret: doors are lined with a grid, buildings monitored by guards and cameras, the public space has no privacy, people act there almost as they please.