Photoday | Galerie
The spirit of the classes is for master students to confront their work or research to teachers from other photography schools and for the bachelors students to witness and participate to the classes.
This project, called the tales of the invisible, comes from the experience i had last summer when I went back to China. I experienced the strongest Typhoon ever in my hometown, within 24 hours, the strong wind destroy the whole city, 13 people die and lots of trees fall down. I started to figure out how the air around us now, at one point, can turn to another perspective and destroy everything fiercely. So I started to photograph invisible energy around our environment by looking at the forms of visible. What excites me the most is to find and capture a balance between the visible reference and the invisible subject. We fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, because what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal.