我行我攝
  • 出版社Kubrick
  • 出版語言中英文
  • 出版日期 (格式: 2012/02/28)2013/05
  • 尺寸193mm(W) X 230mm(H)
  • 頁數240頁
  • 裝幀平裝
  • 重量(千克)0.71kg
  • ISBN9789881550606
定價HK$169

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我行我攝

————香港遊行紀錄

I walk therefore I shoot: a record of Hong Kong demonstrations

書籍介紹

香港,中國最自由的城市,國際媒體譽為「遊行之都」,2011年共有6898宗遊行及集會,即平均每天有18.8次示威活動──顯示出市民一對政府施政的嚴重不滿。 

這本攝影集精選了十個重要的遊行事件,以影像及文字紀錄香港人追求民主、公義道路上一些經典的歷程。 

期望八、九十後,以及下一代年青人也可憑這本書了解到為追尋公義曾經上街吶喊的人民,是怎樣走過來的。 

七一、六四、天星、皇后到菜園村,你也在當中嗎?就讓這書再一次帶你到現場,重溫一系列深刻難忘的時空。


Hong Kong, the most liberal city in China, is named by international media as 'City of Protests'. In 2011, a total of 6898 rallies and protests had happened which average to 18.8 times of protests every day. This shows how seriously discontent we are with the administration of the government.

This photo book collected 10 critical protests and recorded in images and words on some of the remarkable journeys Hong Kong people took to pursue democracy and righteousness.

I hope generations that were born in the Eighties and Nineties and the younger generations would understand from this book how the people who cried in the streets in search of the righteousness walk through history.

Were you in the rallies of July 1st, June 4th, Star Ferry Pier, Queen's Pier to Choi Yuen Village? This book will bring you to the scene again and revisit a series of unforgettable times.

作者簡介

朱迅(Birdy)

影畫創作人,於理工修讀設計,在加拿大進修電影、錄像製作及進階攝影,從事過攝影記者、導演、及設計講師。 

朱迅的創作多元化,錄像短片於日本、澳洲、波蘭、荷蘭、香港及澳門的電影節放影。其後於香港浸會大學獲取藝術行政碩士,成立Art Casa影畫家,推廣攝影及藝術教育;更憑錄像藝術入選香港藝術雙年獎,一直以視覺影像去關注社會發展,為幻變的香港留下見證。

Birdy Chu is an artist studied Graphic Design at Hong Kong Polytechnic University, film & video production and advanced photography in Canada.  Birdy has worked as photojournalist, video director and lecturer in design.

His video works have been shown in film festivals in Japan, Australia, Poland, Holland, Hong Kong and Macau. He later obtained his Master in Visual Art Administration at the Hong Kong Baptist University and set up Art Casa which promotes photography and art education. His film was selected as the finalist of the Hong Kong Contemporary Art Biennial Awards. He employs visual images to show his concerns on social development and leaves evidence to this ever changing city.