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Li Ming
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In China’s Three Gorges area, humans’ influence on nature is especially remarkable. 
 
Our landscape is a reflection of the social background of a particular time and place. In the universe, humans are tiny, yet our power to alter and transform the environment is enormous. 
 
People have destroyed nature, filled rivers and dug up mountains to create cities and construct buildings. Finding ourselves further from nature, we remake mountains and rivers, constructing artificial landscapes lacking spirit, culture, and heritage.  
 
The series depicts the cultural landscape changes on both sides of the Yangtze River after completing the Three Gorges project construction. 

 

This exhibition is outdoors. Please check what COVID-19 restrictions are in place before you visit.

Born in 1976, Li Ming lives and works in Yichang, Hubei province, P. R. China. He graduated from Xi’an Academy of Fine Arts, majoring in photography and studied an MFA of new media art at Hubei Fine Arts Academy. He is now the media-visual editor for a newspaper. He is also a member of the China photography association and Chinese news photography association.  He exhibits his work and has won and been nominated for several awards. 

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