Photobook: Mǎorganic

Photobook: Mǎorganic


 
  Publish Date: March, 2017 Author: Alan Ieon, Rusty Fox, Jack Wong, tkh Design: Ho Si Man, Dialect Publisher: Dialect Edition: 1st edition Printer: Welfare Printing Ltd. (Macau) Copies: 300 ISBN:978-99965-692-1-0  

Enclosed Landscape

Enclosed Landscape



  From: 2016 - on going Enclosed Landscape is an urban landscape documentary project related with the unused empty land which fenced and unseen by the locals in the city Macau. The projects sorts to rediscover and discuss the relationship between the landscape of the city view with the sight of people.

Mǎorganic

Mǎorganic



  From: 2016-2017 Mǎorganic is a group documentary work explore the relation between man-made and natural objects in order to understand how they change or rectify people’s perception to what nature is. The word Mǎorganic comes from Chinese word Mǎo (literally mean no or nothing) and the English word organic.

Border and Boundary I

Border and Boundary I



  From: 2016-2017 The project belong to part of the project to continue document HengQin. However, Border & Boundary: Series I focus on the Border between Macau and HengQin and thus try to discuss the relationship between these two cities.

Photozine: Stranger in the Strange Land

Photozine: Stranger in the Strange Land



Publish Date: March, 2016 Author: Alan Ieon Self Publish Photozine    

Postcard Series: From Country to Country

Postcard Series: From Country to Country


Cambodia


Russia

 
  "From country to country" is a postcards serious made by sets photos series combining different countries' travel experience around the world in which each series feature one specific country each time  

Market at Night

Market at Night


 
  From: 2013-2013 "Market at Night" is a photo series describe the night of the market area in Macau. The work was shown during the final presentation of a small workshop held in Institute for Tourism Studies, Macao

Untitled HengQin Project I

Untitled HengQin Project I


 
  From: 2014-2015 A documentary project related with the economic blooming of island of HuegQin which located in south China. This work was shown in a joint exhibition under the name "Below Laobeishan" in both China and Macau.