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China Obscura at Shenzhen City Art Fair

China Obscura Installation @ Shenzhen City Art Fair

Panoramic photo of China Obscura installation of Cyanotype paintings and prints in Shenzhen, China, November 2016

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Shenzhen has become a center for Chinese design, and is an exciting young city near Hong Kong. At 7 million people, it's about the same size. 

I was thrilled to represent San Francisco's stARTup Art Fair with the China Obscura installation at Shenzhen City Art Fair this weekend.






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Sunlight passes through handmade paper permeated with Cyanotype blue. Calligraphy is Mao's distinctive handwriting on a window design typical of Beijing hutong architecture

Couldn't have done it without the help from translators like Percy, who has the work ethic that's made the region so successful: while finishing an MA in Simultaneous Translation, he's also co-owner of a PR company for auto racing events.

With Percy, translator in Shenzhen

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