Mǎorganic = Mǎo + organic, is a series of photographic works where "Mǎo" is the pronunciation of the Chinese word "冇", which means "no or nothing". Indeed, "Mǎorganic" connotes "not-organic" or "inorganic". The production of man-made landscape is an attempt to reshape nature through emulation, simulation, zoning and control, which in turn influences or even dominates our understanding of natural

landscapes. In the end, man-made landscape simply becomes our definition for nature itself. Therefore, this work explore the relation between man-made and natural objects in order to understand how they change or rectify people’s perception to what nature is, trying to seek answer as to on what foundation modern city dwellers define nature.

 

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Artist's bio:

Dialect

The "Dialect", formerly known as "PhotoIntel Macau", is a photographic group and platform which based in Macau. Co-founded by four independent photographers in 2017, "Dialect" is dedicated to exploring the

infinite possibilities of photography and giving new impact in photography to Macau through various forms of exhibitions, discussions and activities.

 

Alan Ieon

Born in 1987. A graduate from the Department of Physics, National Tsing Hua University of Taiwan, Alan takes photos that are inspired by the various changes occurred after Macao handover to China. His works focus on such themes as city landscapes, urban/national regime and personal identity, in an attempt to register those scattered and invisible fragments in order to present the actual city, revealing some absurd aspects of the system, and eventually exploring the very purpose of our existence.

 

Tang Kuok Hou

Born in Macau in 1989 with a BA in sociology from the University of Macau, Tang has participated in more than 30 arts exhibitions in Macao and overseas besides two solo shows. He takes on such themes as identity, time, memory and local culture to explore, through man-made landscape, the interconnection among urbanites, landscapes and human existence versus Nature, as well as their respective meaning.

 

Wong Cheok Meng

Born in Macau in 1990, with a BA in software engineering from the University of Macau, Wong focuses on such themes as city, space and symbols to probe the meaning of existence and the essence of things.

 

Rusty Fox

Born in Macau in 1991, Rusty got a BA in photography and a MA in documentary photography in Newport, U.K. and he believes documentary photography has no expressional limits. He likes to observe urban balances and imbalances, being especially interested in the often neglected relations

between organic and inorganic things, i.e. living things, human beings and inanimate objects. He tries to reveal common traits in unusual things, facilitating dialogue with viewers through his/her images.

 

Book Size:W155mm x H140mm

Printing:Color

Language: Chinese and English

Edition: 1st Edition, March 2017 - 300 copies

Publisher:  - (Self-publishing by artist)

 

《Mǎorganic》Alan ieon, Rusty Fox, Jack Wong, tkh

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