12016-08-07T10:36:27-07:00Darren Bylercf5e78d85280d9dc566c40f5f46f2f6865d5e5e9101585The neighborboods of Uyghur migrant workers on the “Mountain Goat Hills” or Yamaliq Shan | TIAN LIN 田林plain2016-08-07T12:05:30-07:00Darren Bylercf5e78d85280d9dc566c40f5f46f2f6865d5e5e9
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12016-08-07T11:58:08-07:00Tian Lin's Images9plain3090632016-08-13T14:34:36-07:00When we look at Tian Lin’s images of Uyghur migrant settlements, in a formal sense, we see bodies interact with homes that they had cobbled together by hand. Migrant children framed by asymmetrical windows men and women standing on stacks of stones that had been gathered to buttress houses made of mud on the steep hillsides. We see people sorting through rubble; children playing with recycled toys and feral cats. The images show us people who are connected to the landscape around them.