This is a video for 2019 Scenery other end, the original photographic medium, I spent 6 months thinking about it... Read More
This is a video for 2019 Scenery other end, the original photographic medium, I spent 6 months thinking about it and reworking the original photography into the state and feeling I was trying to express.
The half-naked man and woman clinging to each other in the humid and hot conditions are like trapped in a grassland, surrounded by various insects, which are like an allegory or metaphor, clinging to each other in a warm and lonely state.
The bodies of young boys and girls, with insects clinging to them, seemingly absorbing their sweat, are intermingled.
It’s a metaphor for love and the destiny of our life. Let’s try to imagine you’re entering a prairie when you’re just a newborn baby and all you can do is keep crawling because there’s no chance to make a stop. You keep moving ahead to somewhere you assumed it’s a forward place. There’s no rule or order in this case. Afterwards, you touched and acknowledged there’s someone else with you in this journey, therefore, you both depend on each other and marching on in this endless grassland no matter the sun is scorching hot or there’s already numerous bruises on both of yours body. It’s about a statement of life in my opinion. Life is all about moving on and attach someone else.