Costal Geometries: the beauty of Chinese aquaculture
In Coastal Geometries, architect and photographer Tugo Cheng shows photographs of the fishing nets and bamboo poles on the coast of Fujian. It is a vanishing world, since this vital culture is threatened by rapid development.
There are some intense geometric patterns created by the aquaculture in Fujian province, south-east China, and Cheng captures the strange, minimalist landscape of bamboo poles, fishing nets and shellfish pens. I'm struck by how puny and insignificant the humans look, amidst all their watery infrastructure.
Photo by Tugo Cheng
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