Existential angst, Déjà vu and the ghosts of Mei Sa Gou

Chinese photographer Mei Sa Gou studied Fine Arts at the university. Then she photographed: “I like to work late at night. After each work is completed, there is only a moment of joy”.

Then she has been always unsure what would become of her and of this world. Then she would paint what her analogue camera has taken. She would be happy about her work, then she would dislike it. Until she finds a soul, something she saw from possible previous lives, a light, a ghost. Until she finds love in this modern plastic world. Until then.

“20 years ago I saw a very strange landscape In the evening, there is a light at the top of the mountain. It now appears that its shape is the same as a certain galaxy in the universe.”


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