A Thinking Street Photography Blog
Here’re some photos of the exhibition opening and setup.
It’s nice of them to make available the exhibition posters and invitation cards as takeaways for guests.
My initial concern was the number of photographs (and hence the display boards) relative to the size of the venue but it turned out to be alright. It’s not too sparse and not too cramped.
I’m grateful to Prof. Victor Chan, Head of Chung Chi College, for opening the exhibition. He’s a composer and conductor and so understands what it means to be immersed in one’s art.
I got to read a few poems. Some of those photographs will be published alongside their accompanying poems in a related book project next year.
It’s a different feeling – having physical prints exhibited, as opposed to looking at images on a screen.
I did get into a few conversations about my choice of subjects.
I organized the photographs in terms of colour vs monochrome, as well as themes (rural, urban, indoors, outdoor, traffic, streets, etc).
I’d admit to feeling nervous when I saw a few people scrutinizing those prints closely…
The exhibition runs for a month and will close on 4th Dec 2015.
Do come by if you’re in the area!
Many thanks to R and K for taking the photos!
My gratitude to R and her colleagues for mounting those photos onto the boards!