12016-08-07T12:59:46-07:00Darren Bylercf5e78d85280d9dc566c40f5f46f2f6865d5e5e9101586plain2016-08-07T13:23:19-07:00Darren Bylercf5e78d85280d9dc566c40f5f46f2f6865d5e5e9The Politics of Tian Lin's Images The images collapse public spaces of ad-hoc paths and hillsides into the private spaces of homes that have been assembled out of earth and found objects. They help us think about this community of wanderers as a complex whole made up of water delivery and waste disposal systems cobbled together out of discarded barrels, waste disposal in hand-dug pits, recycling picked over by hand and garbage fed to sheep. Nothing is wasted, most things are shared. This is a community made up of chattering kids herding goats; men carrying pieces of this or that; parents staying warm by a fire stoked with scrap wood just so while listening to tinny music on Uyghur call-in radio show. They help us think about the feelings of the place; the way being attached to each other helps people survive.
12016-08-07T11:18:26-07:00Spaces of homes1Spaces of homes that have been assembled out of earth and found objects | TIAN LIN 田林media/53180a85e2b16 (1000x660).jpgplain2016-08-07T11:18:26-07:0020101116032828+0000