Ian Teh explores the industrial hinterlands of China’s far-flung and
impoverished provinces with unflinching precision and subtle intensity.
From industrialisation to pollution, these photographic works
present the landscape as a repository for humanity’s endeavors,
somehow a source of memory and a silent testament to our material desires.
In the world’s most populous country Teh has made landscape pictures with
close to no people in sight, letting the terrain speak for itself.