‘Somewhere. Everywhere. Nowhere.’ is a research project that focuses on the global issue of urban image homogenisation and attempts to address the cultural homogenisation behind this phenomenon.
I use the method of photographic typologies to collect and analyse materials, narrowing my observation range to a window structure, and using the window as a picture frame to observe and speculate on the life within it.
This time I extended the investigation to three different cities: London, Beijing and Taiyuan, because this is not an individual phenomenon, but a global issue. Then mix the pictures from different places, and sort them by the number of windows.