Photographer Michael Wolf has lived in Canada, the United States, Europe and Hong Kong and as a result Wolf has witnessed his own share of monstrous metropolises and so Wolf's Architecture of Density photo series is this artist's latest set of works that try to express his confined feelings dealing with the vast and maddening cityscapes growing around us.
Although traveling the world, Wolf lived and worked in Hong Kong for eight years and during his time there it's understandable that this architecture obsessed photographer took some note of the mind blowing city sprouting up and around him.
Wolf's Architecture of Density photo series features no skylines or horizons and this is done in an effort to express the grey and mechanical existence many of the world's major cities are growing into.
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