Often a show is performed by a whole family – sometimes three generations of actors take part in a single performance. The plays are staged outdoors in different parts of the village. The audience follows the actors as they move along with their stage. In the end, the actors and the spectators join together for a feast.
In Seoul, the social pressure to look beautiful is overwhelming—a good nose job can mean a good-paying job. These documentary photos explore this current trend among the youth culture of Korea.
Light, wind, clouds, and glowing plastic billowing from scaffolding create moving, breathing temporary structures that seem to have life of their own.