50 Moganshan Road, building #6, 2/F, Shanghai, 200060, China
Is there anything more bewilderingly beautiful than a vast expanse of untouched natural landscape? A spreading forest with giant trees, plants and vines that move out in all directions as far as the eye can see? It’s a sight that frightens most people twice over, once because of its untamed and unapologetically indifferent level of danger, and again because it stirs in most the shocking realization of just how much we have managed to tame. But despite the towering cities, endless concrete walkways, parking lots, bridges and dams along with all the other things we’ve built up around us, nature lies in wait. Every unattended nook and cranny sprouts a little green, seemingly harmless enough. Left further unattended though, these tiny sprouts hint at what the world might look like without us. So, hell, lets take a little exploratory visual and conceptual stroll through ghost land of tomorrow. How might that happen and what might that look like?