Finally, I get to the last instalment of this series. It is an extended animation of the personal project I was working on from July through October.
The original idea was a series of looped animations that progressed into a golden spiral each day. When all the looped animations were in place, the spiral took shape in a just moment. And it continued on.
This animation, on the other hand, is an experiment to see how it’d work when the spiral figure is more permanent. Each looped animation appears in order. Then it freezes at the point that forms the spiral. Once the whole shape is apparent, it starts to dissolve from the first looped animation.
To me, the most enjoyable transport in Bangkok must be Chao Phraya Express Boat Service. Chao Phraya River is the bloodline of Bangkok. All sort of activities happens along the waterway, creating a vibrant livelihood unlike the enclosed views you get from the road. You can capture people and their relationship with water as well as amazing abstract urban landscape while feeling the fresh air.
69 shots of where people set there bottoms down at Fair Day of Sydney Gay & Lesbian Mardi Gras 2008 Festival.
While New Mardi Gras is releasing their official images of Mardi Gras Slide Show, I have my own angle of the events. It is obvious what fascinates my eyes at Fair Day. The colourful stuff they bring along on the day reflects the diversity of the community.
Last day I stayed at my brother’s I decided to explore the neighbourhood with my favourite urban abstract approach. It was a mixed strange feeling even though I was brought up in this area. Maybe this was the strip I passed by everyday but never really strolled around and looked for simple beauty. Maybe it was the fact that I locked myself out of the house but it was not a worry to me and I decided to shoot this series until the camera battery was deadly flat.