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Hitoshi Arato
Jun 2, 2022

In his series “Living on the screen”, Beijing based photographer Fang Kun has captured abstract scenes from a tourist attractions in Qinghai.

"These photos were taken in some tourist attractions in Qinghai. To my surprise, today's tourists have made many new attempts in addition to the traditional focus on taking photos as a souvenir. Many anchors have come to the scenic spot for live broadcast. The fans of aerial photography make it as if there are a group of crows hovering over the scenic spot.

More and more people rely on simple visual experience to feel things or life, which reflects the inevitability of the times. But at the same time, this simple visual experience has some subjective deception, which makes it more and more difficult for people to understand the truth." — Fang Kun

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Hitoshi Arato
Jun 2, 2022

In his series “Living on the screen”, Beijing based photographer Fang Kun has captured abstract scenes from a tourist attractions in Qinghai.

"These photos were taken in some tourist attractions in Qinghai. To my surprise, today's tourists have made many new attempts in addition to the traditional focus on taking photos as a souvenir. Many anchors have come to the scenic spot for live broadcast. The fans of aerial photography make it as if there are a group of crows hovering over the scenic spot.

More and more people rely on simple visual experience to feel things or life, which reflects the inevitability of the times. But at the same time, this simple visual experience has some subjective deception, which makes it more and more difficult for people to understand the truth." — Fang Kun

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