I spent 10 weeks traveling in 2018, to reconnect with the world around me, to find myself. The majority of that time was spent in solidarity amongst the great oceans, mountains, and deserts of this world. I felt an extreme connection with the world. Even so much so in the dense urban areas of Hong Kong.
Mixed in with 7.5 million people my solidarity continued. Choosing to be alone in the crowds, I never felt lonely. This photograph represents that. The ability to be by oneself comfortably even when so many surrounds you.
About the Photograph
Located at 80 Wang Kwong Road in Kowloon Bay, Richland Gardens has been the biggest Private Sector Participation Scheme Home Ownership Project in Hong Kong. It was completed and occupied in year 1985. It comprises 22 residential blocks, each towering 36-stories high, totaling 5,904 units. The estate has been designed with various kind of leisure and recreational facilities including a swimming pool, tennis court, badminton court, basketball court, independent shopping center and parking building.
Location: Hong Kong
Photograph Date: 2018
Medium: Chromogenic Print
Available Sizes: 70cm and 100cm