The Places That Were Being Forgotten, 2018 -
24.2 x 36 x 0.7 cm
To the places that were being forgotten. Through photographic collage, I represent my vision towards the unknown places within the city.
The Place We Have Never Remembered, 2018
Inkjet on vinyl, LED steel lightboxes
Set of 2: 80 x 244.5 x 44 cm (installation size) 80 x 120 x 6 cm (each)
Non-place refers to the urban space which can neither be defined as relational, historical nor does it concern with its identity. It includes facilities or places for transportation of humans or freight.
A motorway is a kind of non-place. The function of the motorway has always been merely space for people to travel from one place to another, and the motorway itself does not carry any extra value in particular. Pedestrians would often pass by the motorway without giving this urban space a second thought. The work creates a representation of everyday but unrealistic space, by capturing and manipulating the motorway in the urban through photography.
The work held within the Academy of Visual Art Studies Collection.
The Places That Were Being Forgotten, 2018
24.2 x 36 x 0.7 cm Edition: 2
To: the places that were being forgotten