Employing LED light box to present his work for the first time, Chinese photographic artist Yang Yongliang achieves significant breakthrough by highlighting the differences between the inside and outside of the artistic work.
As a bright celestial body, the moon waxes and wanes, repeating the cycle. However, the natural light emitted by the moon, which was born eons ago, cannot be compared with the landscapes created by men. Streets and buildings are lit up with artificial light sources, such as moving cars, traffic lights and signals, big light boxes, neon lights, and distant haze. All the artificial light overshadows the moon, making it dim and spiritless. It seems that some potential dangers are lurking behind the seemingly dazzling artificial landscapes.