It's interesting to observe the way how Urban Exploration questions reality, rethinks city space through architecture, and deconstruction of color in photography. Every place captured by an artist becomes a particular geolocation, which is a means of communication with the audience. The place comes alive and becomes a subject of discussion on the internet or anywhere, it’s a way to navigate the city. Such places become a destination for urban explorers, and raise public awareness of themselves despite the fact that sometimes images can be captured illegal.
This piece, inspired by the “Inception” movie directed by Christopher Nolan, and cyberpunk aesthetics, is the first artwork from the "NEON H—ART: Part II" series I did in Hong Kong in March 2018. When I look at this picture, I immediately realize that the buildings are not fixed in time, they constantly change.
Shot live with no CGI.
Dimensions: 3019 ╳ 4526px
1st collector receives a hand-signed print, 1 of 1 edition for the given size & material: 40 ╳ 60cm, Hahnemühle Fine Art Baryta
Created: 20.03.2018, 22:13:22
Location: Hong Kong, China Plus Code: 75HJ+7V Hong Kong, China