Michael Wolf gives us a glimpse of life in Hong Kong, a city known for its claustrophobic tall buildings and small rooms. In his photographs, where the sky and the ground are not included, we can take a peek at the lives of people in their small living space: A man doing the chores, a fan, rods of clothes hanging about. Looking at this series of photographs, one could listen to the sound of people sharing a space. The tall buildings are pictured in a vertical fashion, showing different gradients of color.
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