FLECK FINE ART EXHIBITION
"Water Walls Japan #3" by BEN HUANG
Archival pigment on matt paper 40x60 in framed 2019
Japanese Government has been building 400km seawalls in the Northeastern region after the 2011 tsunami. Questions, however, have been raised whether if it will fend off future tsunami effectively should it comes. This body of work taken between 2018 and 2019 is both photographic documentation and a study of the relationship between a newly formed structure and its surrounding environment.