LandEscape Art Review // Special Issue - Page 33

Jing Zhou LandE scape CONTEMPORARY ART REVIEW began to sort them out. By that time I have taken “San Francisco Museum of Modern Art,” “São Paulo Cathedral,” “Chongqing People's Hall - China,” and “Fushimi Inari Shrine - Kyoto.” In the following 10 years, this body of work started to take shape. Today, it contains fifteen abstract photographs captured on four continents. Meanwhile, I would like to point out that every image in this series was not staged, nor planned. They were taken spontaneously. This growing body of work reveals the exquisite beauty of architectural design in natural light, the geometric transformation of space, and the magnificent cultural identities. In 2015, this series’ first public exhibitions—selected and curated by The Photographic Angle—took place in multiple cities in UK, such as London, Manchester, Newcastle, and Leeds. We have appreciated the way Dimensions of Light inquires into the interstitial space between personal and public spheres, providing the spectatorship with an immersive experience that forces such a contamination between the inner and the outside: how do you see the relationship between public sphere and the role of art in public space? The “Dimensions of Light” series is a body of work that evokes personal emotions through public spaces. So it was challenging to capture this intimate