在布里斯本參觀了一個很有趣的相展「Cloud Land」，這一刻確實看見一朵白雲，下一刻就飄走了，在時間洪流中，人類存於一瞬，瞬如浮雲而逝，而人類所建之城，也純美如雲朵，卻必消散如煙雲，而布里斯本就是這麼一個「Cloud Land」。
攝影師Robyn Stacey用了camera obscura技法，實時將窗外景物投射在房間牆壁上，要計準時間，陽光充沛，才能拍到。
這個相展是布里斯本博物館特別委約Robyn Stacey創作，Robyn Stacey亦生於布里斯本。
I visited a very interesting photo exhibition in Brisbane called ‘Cloud Land’. We actually saw a cloud now but it would fly away in the next minute. We live in this moment but would be gone like cloud eventually. Cities we built are beautiful as cloud but doom to disappear. And Brisbane is a ‘Cloud Land’.
Photographer Robyn Stacey used ‘camera obscura’ technique to project the view onto the walls in a room. She had to calculate the right time and with the right sun-shine to take the photos.
This photo exhibition was specially commissioned by Museum of Brisbane. Robyn Stacey was born in Brisbane too.
Why can’t Hong Kong had a photo exhibition like that?
Hong Kong has lots of museums, lots of great photographers. But NONE local high-standard photo-exhibition.
Artists are doomed to be losers if they can’t find a way to trade off their talents for money in Hong Kong.
How can I see my own future in a city like this?