Handbound volume of black and white photographs by Mo Yi. Taken on a bus around 1989–1990 following the events of June Fourth, they depict both his fellow passengers and the passing scenery. According to Mo Yi, a sense of apathy and despair pervades the images, reflecting a widespread feeling of oppression, helplessness, and the inability to escape destiny. Includes timeline of historical events, artist statement and republished excerpts from articles by Li Xianting, Gu Zheng, and Wu Hung. Edition 8/100, signed.
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