NO MAN’S LAND

— 2016




As I investigated the outskirts of the cities I used to live in, I encountered some surreal concrete structures where the city borders the surrounding nature. Enchanted by these manmade creations, I began to document them. Just as the constructions we have inherited from past civilizations, these fabrications lie timeless and undisturbed in the environment. Without modifications from human beings, these sculptures will remain in their place for generations to come. This work aims to focus on these contemporary artefacts and their relationship with the space.