Jamason Chen This body of work creatively reconstructs the balance between shapes and lines discovered in the urban landscape. They convert architectural spaces to abstract geometric patterns with minimalist aesthetics 這組作品在壯大的建築甚至於城市中用其慧眼 解構了點線面之間的平衡,將空間變成了二維及簡單幾何的美學和趣味性
Chris Peters The graphic quality of these city scapes has an illustrative and surreal quality that I love. The colors and lines so carefully isolated from their surroundings to make them almost unrecognizable.
The pictures are photographed as seen and are no collages. The artist visually deconstructs existing architecture into artificially feeling tableaux. Through stringent geometric framing and the negation of any depth of field, he flattens the three dimensional space into surreal, almost comic like portrays of urban architecture, making it hard to imagine and understand the complete architecture behind the motif. Therefore the series visually explores the border between photography and computer made graphic and plays with the viewers perception whether what one sees is real or not.