Irene Kung plunges cities into darkness to make their iconic monuments stand out. Floating in an artificial light and a futuristic atmosphere, these singular structures look like space ships floating through imaginary geographic spaces. The light reveals their geometry, amplifying their lines, flattening their volume and reducing them to their distinctive features.
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