Gallery Crossroad is a culture hub for photography lovers. The ‘crossroad’ came up from the occasion where every ordinary man made decisions on a daily basis, implying photographer’s gazes and decision of pressing the shutter. Image is composed of photographer’s framing on viewfinders every moment; however, how it will be interpreted with extended comments based on the observer's perspective and self-experience.
Designed by RIS Interior Design
Photographed by YHLAA Photography
The site was a dilapidated Taiwanese residential abode built 40 years ago. The exterior grafted textured checkerboard to renew the building’s dotage with modern touches. In order not to interfere with the observer’s independent thinking, the cyclorama wall, which can be seen both at the façade and inner gallery space, diminishes accessibility and allows people to view the full frame.