|Synopsis||The Yangtze River acts as a compass urging us along a graceful and looping path. All language remains intentionally not translated to reflect the disparities of experience and accessibility to those along the river's path. In beautiful black and white, this meditative and beautiful tour confounds our preconceptions while at the same time disputing the authenticity and innocence of the journey on which we have embarked.|
John RASH 존 래쉬John RASH is documentary artist native to North Carolina who works in both still photography and moving images. John has an MFA from Duke University in Experimental and Documentary Art, and has been working in the USA and China since 2008.