>Paul Wong – Immanent

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Last night I had the opportunity (thanks @oveyyeung) to attend the exhibit for Canadian photographer Paul Wong at the Winsor Gallery in South Granville. Paul is a multimedia artist who showcases photographs and video shorts to portray life and movement, and this was very much apparent in his newest collection titled “Immanent”.

With 12 pieces of his work around the gallery it was hard to choose my favorite. However, “Full Moon Drawings” did stand out to me the most but I couldn’t grasp the story behind it. Paul was kind enough to explain to me in depth his story behind shooting the images and quite the story it was! During a trip to Nicaragua on the night of a full moon Paul snapped a photo with the result being a lightening type strike. He snapped many and chose the 9 he liked the most. This was shown in 2 seperate pieces and 1 large installation.


(Full Moon Drawings installation)


(Blind Man, He, Hoops, Luis Alberto Garcia)


(Left: Vancouver life model Nadine wearing traditional wedding gear of the Masai Tribe. Right: Stylist vancouverite with AMAZING footwear.)

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