It’s an on-going project I’ve been working on since 2015. In the process it’s gotten global press coverage from BBC to VICE China and been the subject of a solo exhibition in Berlin, and been part of exhibitions at CICA Museum in South Korea and Kunstverein Wolfsburg in Germany. Since the projects inception it has grown to more than 200 works, all of which can be seen on the projects blog, and drawn generous comparisons to the work of masters like William Eggleston and Henri Cartier-Bresson for it’s subjects and aesthetic. The project explores themes of alienation in the digital age, the disillusion of...
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