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Anyone imagining Hong Kong, thinks first and foremost of its extreme population density and vertical character: the city has the highest number of skyscrapers in the world. But another defining characteristic is the water that surrounds and cuts through the city. With a coastline that stretches for 700 kilometres, 260 islands, harbours, rivers, waterfalls and reservoirs, Hong Kong is a true city of water. Andreas Müller-Pohle brings together the horizontal and vertical dimensions by capturing the city in pictures and sound from the surface of its waters.
Andreas Müller-Pohle (West Germany, 1951) studied economics and communications at the universities of Hannover and Göttingen. He has been active as an artist, editor and publisher since 1973. In 1986 he published the first electronic book (on diskette) and in 1996 he founded the journal Edition Flusser. Since 2005 Müller-Pohle has been giving photography workshops under the title Eye-Mind. He has taught at the Hogeschool voor de Kunsten in Antwerp, and won the Reind M. De Vries Foundation European Photography Prize in 2001.
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