For thousands of years the great Yangtze River continues to nourish a long history. Everything is flowing, everything is changing – this is my impression of Wuhan. In this series of photographic works entitled ‘Wuhan-Christian Dior’, I tried to create some ordinary spaces that can easily be found in the city. In such virtual reality I have the people (models) dressed in Christian Dior haute couture entering the ordinary lives of Wuhan locals in modern times in a surreal and quiet way. In such ceremonial setting they exchange gifts with each other, seemingly familiar yet foreign. Behind these open spaces there is an even wider city, resembling much of the city’s culture, mysterious and far-reaching.
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