Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits

Monsoon Portrait #1

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits uses the monsoon season as an agent in the photographic process, thereby tying the image to the landscape in a very direct and physical way.

The portraits candidly encounter people on the street, isolating them as they are exposed to the flow of the city and the natural elements. Through the application of historical chemical processes, the images are developed under the rainfall from the monsoon itself, using the weather to create a distressed impression of the fleeting, intimate moments they capture.

The resulting portraits are corrosive, abstracting the individual and emphasizing the expressiveness of the social and environmental conditions over an accurate recording of identity. As it inscribes itself on the people, the monsoon signifies the intense physical and psychological strain brought on by a collective ideology that exerts intense pressure to conform to Korea’s rapidly changing identity.

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits

Monsoon Portrait #3

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits uses the monsoon season as an agent in the photographic process, thereby tying the image to the landscape in a very direct and physical way.

The portraits candidly encounter people on the street, isolating them as they are exposed to the flow of the city and the natural elements. Through the application of historical chemical processes, the images are developed under the rainfall from the monsoon itself, using the weather to create a distressed impression of the fleeting, intimate moments they capture.

The resulting portraits are corrosive, abstracting the individual and emphasizing the expressiveness of the social and environmental conditions over an accurate recording of identity. As it inscribes itself on the people, the monsoon signifies the intense physical and psychological strain brought on by a collective ideology that exerts intense pressure to conform to Korea’s rapidly changing identity.

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits

Monsoon Portrait #10

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits uses the monsoon season as an agent in the photographic process, thereby tying the image to the landscape in a very direct and physical way.

The portraits candidly encounter people on the street, isolating them as they are exposed to the flow of the city and the natural elements. Through the application of historical chemical processes, the images are developed under the rainfall from the monsoon itself, using the weather to create a distressed impression of the fleeting, intimate moments they capture.

The resulting portraits are corrosive, abstracting the individual and emphasizing the expressiveness of the social and environmental conditions over an accurate recording of identity. As it inscribes itself on the people, the monsoon signifies the intense physical and psychological strain brought on by a collective ideology that exerts intense pressure to conform to Korea’s rapidly changing identity.

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits

Monsoon Portrait #38

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits uses the monsoon season as an agent in the photographic process, thereby tying the image to the landscape in a very direct and physical way.

The portraits candidly encounter people on the street, isolating them as they are exposed to the flow of the city and the natural elements. Through the application of historical chemical processes, the images are developed under the rainfall from the monsoon itself, using the weather to create a distressed impression of the fleeting, intimate moments they capture.

The resulting portraits are corrosive, abstracting the individual and emphasizing the expressiveness of the social and environmental conditions over an accurate recording of identity. As it inscribes itself on the people, the monsoon signifies the intense physical and psychological strain brought on by a collective ideology that exerts intense pressure to conform to Korea’s rapidly changing identity.

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits

Monsoon Portrait #52

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits uses the monsoon season as an agent in the photographic process, thereby tying the image to the landscape in a very direct and physical way.

The portraits candidly encounter people on the street, isolating them as they are exposed to the flow of the city and the natural elements. Through the application of historical chemical processes, the images are developed under the rainfall from the monsoon itself, using the weather to create a distressed impression of the fleeting, intimate moments they capture.

The resulting portraits are corrosive, abstracting the individual and emphasizing the expressiveness of the social and environmental conditions over an accurate recording of identity. As it inscribes itself on the people, the monsoon signifies the intense physical and psychological strain brought on by a collective ideology that exerts intense pressure to conform to Korea’s rapidly changing identity.

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits

Monsoon Portrait #14

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits uses the monsoon season as an agent in the photographic process, thereby tying the image to the landscape in a very direct and physical way.

The portraits candidly encounter people on the street, isolating them as they are exposed to the flow of the city and the natural elements. Through the application of historical chemical processes, the images are developed under the rainfall from the monsoon itself, using the weather to create a distressed impression of the fleeting, intimate moments they capture.

The resulting portraits are corrosive, abstracting the individual and emphasizing the expressiveness of the social and environmental conditions over an accurate recording of identity. As it inscribes itself on the people, the monsoon signifies the intense physical and psychological strain brought on by a collective ideology that exerts intense pressure to conform to Korea’s rapidly changing identity.

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits

Monsoon Portrait #27

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits uses the monsoon season as an agent in the photographic process, thereby tying the image to the landscape in a very direct and physical way.

The portraits candidly encounter people on the street, isolating them as they are exposed to the flow of the city and the natural elements. Through the application of historical chemical processes, the images are developed under the rainfall from the monsoon itself, using the weather to create a distressed impression of the fleeting, intimate moments they capture.

The resulting portraits are corrosive, abstracting the individual and emphasizing the expressiveness of the social and environmental conditions over an accurate recording of identity. As it inscribes itself on the people, the monsoon signifies the intense physical and psychological strain brought on by a collective ideology that exerts intense pressure to conform to Korea’s rapidly changing identity.

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits

Monsoon Portrait #28

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits uses the monsoon season as an agent in the photographic process, thereby tying the image to the landscape in a very direct and physical way.

The portraits candidly encounter people on the street, isolating them as they are exposed to the flow of the city and the natural elements. Through the application of historical chemical processes, the images are developed under the rainfall from the monsoon itself, using the weather to create a distressed impression of the fleeting, intimate moments they capture.

The resulting portraits are corrosive, abstracting the individual and emphasizing the expressiveness of the social and environmental conditions over an accurate recording of identity. As it inscribes itself on the people, the monsoon signifies the intense physical and psychological strain brought on by a collective ideology that exerts intense pressure to conform to Korea’s rapidly changing identity.

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits

Monsoon Portrait #7

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits uses the monsoon season as an agent in the photographic process, thereby tying the image to the landscape in a very direct and physical way.

The portraits candidly encounter people on the street, isolating them as they are exposed to the flow of the city and the natural elements. Through the application of historical chemical processes, the images are developed under the rainfall from the monsoon itself, using the weather to create a distressed impression of the fleeting, intimate moments they capture.

The resulting portraits are corrosive, abstracting the individual and emphasizing the expressiveness of the social and environmental conditions over an accurate recording of identity. As it inscribes itself on the people, the monsoon signifies the intense physical and psychological strain brought on by a collective ideology that exerts intense pressure to conform to Korea’s rapidly changing identity.

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits

Monsoon Portrait #45

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits uses the monsoon season as an agent in the photographic process, thereby tying the image to the landscape in a very direct and physical way.

The portraits candidly encounter people on the street, isolating them as they are exposed to the flow of the city and the natural elements. Through the application of historical chemical processes, the images are developed under the rainfall from the monsoon itself, using the weather to create a distressed impression of the fleeting, intimate moments they capture.

The resulting portraits are corrosive, abstracting the individual and emphasizing the expressiveness of the social and environmental conditions over an accurate recording of identity. As it inscribes itself on the people, the monsoon signifies the intense physical and psychological strain brought on by a collective ideology that exerts intense pressure to conform to Korea’s rapidly changing identity.

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits

Monsoon Portrait #33

Weighing the Rain: Monsoon Portraits uses the monsoon season as an agent in the photographic process, thereby tying the image to the landscape in a very direct and physical way.

The portraits candidly encounter people on the street, isolating them as they are exposed to the flow of the city and the natural elements. Through the application of historical chemical processes, the images are developed under the rainfall from the monsoon itself, using the weather to create a distressed impression of the fleeting, intimate moments they capture.

The resulting portraits are corrosive, abstracting the individual and emphasizing the expressiveness of the social and environmental conditions over an accurate recording of identity. As it inscribes itself on the people, the monsoon signifies the intense physical and psychological strain brought on by a collective ideology that exerts intense pressure to conform to Korea’s rapidly changing identity.