A minimalistic cube-in-cube, the small-scaled but unconventional single white-book exhibition by John Clang will tickle your shutterbug senses. The ‘cube room’ with one table and chair is lit by an arrangement of zigzag ceiling fluorescent tubes, suggesting a photographer’s studio or a space that isn’t afraid to show evolving experiments, blemishes and foot prints.
The photographs reveal and review his honest progressive exploration of techniques, and personal spaces, cover to cover. Personal spaces are expanded, imagined and manipulated to stretch photography to the lay-person.
The aura of the commercial fashion photographer aside, the singular take on photographic possibilities should enthrall.
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