The Rocky Path, Yunnan


2010
In Yunnan, China, tourism and commercialization has elevated the standard of living of the locals at the expense of nature.
The Chinese exploration and research society (CERS) has been actively promoting the conservation of caves to preserve its
natural beauty and habitat for the indigenous species living in them. In this series, the rocky path of Yunnan’s future is
documented in the juxtapositions of caves versus man. By illuminating the uneasy relationship between nature and man,
the series engages with issues of heritage, commercialization and tourism that modernization creates.

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