Ting photographed steel girders found on construction sites. Instead of opting for the full rainbow of the Lomo's colors, Ting's photos are in blue and gray tones and placed around a window and on the floor and ceiling.
The most poignant work in "Peep" is the collaboration between Lin and his three-year old son. Each snapped photos of the other, documenting everyday moments such as eating, walking and sitting. The boy's blurry photos were inset into the larger in-focus photos by Lin. A wall quote by Paul Auster stating "the son becomes his own father" complements Lin's concept of personal identity.
People's scars form the theme of Tsong work. By interviewing friends, acquaintances and several prostitutes from China, Tsong found the beauty in the abstract quality of a scar. Several photos hint at a narrative by showing a slash above an eyebrow or a cut on the knee.
Eydie Tai snaps other people for a living and decided to turn the camera on herself for a diaristic piece titled Eydie-Rama. The Lomo's hallucinatory colors give the photos a lively techno club feel and a pulsating energy.
For those interested in joining the Lomographic Society in Taipei, get a Lomo and contact the gallery.
Where: BML Art Gallery 2F, 29 Anho Road, Sec. 2, Taipei, (臺北市安和路二段29號2樓), 2755-2698
When: Until April 17