This photography series by Malaysian photographer Weilun Chong immediately struck me as interesting. Through a restricted view and a sense of claustrophobia, each photograph feels so personal and intimate. Chong has shot a generally unobtainable view of people but with restrictions, making the images obtrusive and almost voyeuristic. I love the way photography can capture a great deal of emotion and thought within a face but here the mystery of an often obscured face creates a feeling of wonder. His subjects straddle a void between the stationary platform and a high speed train, in this brief moment they become vulnerable to the scrutiny of the camera. Each photograph leaves you questioning what is either side of the restricted point of view, highlighting and giving importance to what is beyond the four edges of an image. See what you think of the series on the reverse.
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