A selection of photos exploring the hallucinatory nature of the seemingly insignificant by New York City-based photographer and director Tony Wang. Seeking out the tranquil and tender among the chaotic, Wang’s cropped compositions highlight the city in introspection:
“Under her superfluous outfits and personalities, a trace of gentleness is present in the details. By choosing to focus my perspective, I see past New York City’s immediate luster and enter a hallucinative space made up of light and texture. In Urban Hallucination, the mirages created in collaboration between mundane objects and human subjects spark a conversation about the beauty and the ephemeral nature of urban vulnerability, which is made cohesive by the syntax of light and color.”
See more images from Wang’s ongoing series below.