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Ji Xiang is an architecture photographer, architect, and artist in Hong Kong. From experimenting with the use of photography techniques to documenting the built structures in urban settings, his works tie back to his educational background and decade-long living experience in Hong Kong.

23:59 Escape (2021)


This series examines the most commonly applied construction practice in Hong Kong, capturing its fleeting presence in the highly congested built environment. The intervention brings the signal of change underneath the dancing curtains and bamboo skeletons. Originated from nature and with thousands of years of history, this traditional construction technique continues shaping the city with its flexible and sustainable structure. The binding form of this photobook echoes presence of bamboo scaffoldings in Hong Kong, which is temporary and adaptable. This series of scaffolding images of Hong Kong expects to expand and adjust in the future, witnessing the city’s transformation in the future.


Bamboo City (2023) 


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