Now this experience of watching the suffering in the distance has been integrated into our daily life. These images are so deeply integrated into daily life that we are almost used to them. The time and space distance between us and these "disasters in the distance" seems to have been erased, but in fact, we can easily turn off the screen and switch to mobile games. So at this moment, we see the images of these distant disasters, what is left behind and what it means.
Jing Peng (Display name: PJ) 1996 Guangdong, China 2021 Graduated from the photography major of the Chinese Central Academy of Fine Arts with a masters’ degree.
[ COVID EXPRESSIONS ] An interpretive project that reflects the personal experiences, feelings and thoughts related to COVID-19 and its impact. It may be conceptual or artistic in the approach. Submissions do not have to adhere to documentary principles. Alternate processes and digital manipulations are allowed. Each submission consists of 5 to 20 images. Each participant is allowed to enter up to 2 submissions. All images must be taken in 2021.