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wind of okhotsk (2015)

Yin Ying

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Every winter, a train runs across the island of Hokkaido in Japan. Known as the Okhotsk‑no‑Kaze. The trip started from Sapporo and at last got to Abashiri. Ying Yin’s original plan was interrupted by a heavy snow, which inspired her to create the series Wind of Okhotsk. She started to take a close look of the city and those intriguing details. Wind of Okhotsk consists of a series of surreal collage images, the buildings, the people walking, the car. The Snow acted like a frame, making everything individual. Everything looks completely isolated and deserted. The frozen time become a story inside this frame. These stories belong to the city, the city is built up by these stories.

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Yin Ying

Growing up in an old house of the prosperous city, Shanghai, Ying Yin has always been fascinated with historical architectures. Her works are often based on reality, meanwhile transcend the physical material of life itself to create a surreal artistic conception. Ying tends to explore the unknown side of the city during the journey. Her works are always based on the bystander’s attitude to convey the symbiotic relationship between architecture and human through emotional scenes. 

2015 - Wind of Okhotsk,Loop by Fireblues,Shanghai,China

2015 - 5447 Group Photography Exhibition, Sujia Art Gallery, Wuxi, China

wind of okhotsk vi

Yin Ying

Every winter, a train runs across the island of Hokkaido in Japan. Known as the Okhotsk‑no‑Kaze. The trip started from Sapporo and at last got to Abashiri. Ying Yin’s original plan was interrupted by a heavy snow, which inspired her to create the series Wind of Okhotsk. She started to take a close look of the city and those intriguing details. Wind of Okhotsk consists of a series of surreal collage images, the buildings, the people walking, the car. The Snow acted like a frame, making everything individual. Everything looks completely isolated and deserted. The frozen time become a story inside this frame. These stories belong to the city, the city is built up by these stories.

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