Don't Follow Me, I'm Lost
"Don’t Follow Me, I’m Lost" is an unsettling journey through the ever-changing “new” China. It reflects anxiety about a future with no certainty, yet beyond the acute metaphysical awareness of own fragility. While the unprecedented changes in China has made the cities dramatically photogenic, photography appears inadequate to address its complexity. Perhaps beyond documentary or visual evidence, photography should not give answers but raise more questions. Looking at the pictures I have taken so far, I hate to realize that I am still dealing with illusions and fantasies. Therefore, I have to keep shooting until I am completely lost.