Liu Di – Animal Regulation

Liu Di – Animal Regulation

I’m not a photograph fanatic, with most pedantic meanings flying straight over my head. However, this new exhibition from up-and-coming Chinese photographer Liu Di holds a poignant meaning to it’s pieces, which, composed with its’ juxtaposition of animals into urban Chinese backdrops has caught my attention. The idea behind the collection is that, as both

January 31, 2011

I’m not a photograph fanatic, with most pedantic meanings flying straight over my head. However, this new exhibition from up-and-coming Chinese photographer Liu Di holds a poignant meaning to it’s pieces, which, composed with its’ juxtaposition of animals into urban Chinese backdrops has caught my attention. The idea behind the collection is that, as both China’s population and economy grows at an incredibly fast rate, the natural wildlife are being pushed back into ever decreasing spaces with “nature vs urban development” being the key mantra.Let us know your views on this either below, or on our facebook – social satire or psuedo savannah?

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I've been listening to hip-hop music for along as I can remember, and the massive variation of samples and styles have led me to appreciate almost every kind of music you can imagine. Incredibly passionate about everything sartorial, creative or innovative, I spend my time trawling through the Internet finding whatever I can to feed my inquisition.