Thinking

2017-2019

This project was inspired by the Independent Commission on the Global Economy which is calling for "new thinking and new rules for the world economy". Each of the photographs represents one of the eight subjects that the Commission is considering. This series is a dialogue with the elite and explores ideas relating to visual auto-fiction.

Mount Street, Mayfair, London, December 2017. Wearing Fendi and thinking about the continuing inadequacies with the international financial system.

Mount Street, Mayfair, London, December 2017. Wearing Fendi and thinking about the continuing inadequacies with the international financial system.

Near the Champs de Mars, Paris, January 2018. Wearing Altuzzara and thinking about political and social polarization resulting from economic and governmental failures to deliver inclusive prosperity.

Near the Champs de Mars, Paris, January 2018. Wearing Altuzzara and thinking about political and social polarization resulting from economic and governmental failures to deliver inclusive prosperity.

Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, February 2018. Wearing Vivienne Westwood and thinking about trade and the ineffectiveness of traditional development strategies for emerging economies, given the changes in technology and global supply chains.

Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, February 2018. Wearing Vivienne Westwood and thinking about trade and the ineffectiveness of traditional development strategies for emerging economies, given the changes in technology and global supply chains.

Mid-Levels, Hong Kong, May 2018. Wearing Stella McCartney and thinking about widening income and wealth inequality in the face of globalization and technological disruption.

Mid-Levels, Hong Kong, May 2018. Wearing Stella McCartney and thinking about widening income and wealth inequality in the face of globalization and technological disruption.

L'Oiseau Blanc, Peninsula Hotel, Paris, June 2018. Wearing Etro and thinking about increased migration, often driven by despair caused by economic and political disruption in developing countries, unresponsive governments, slow job growth, and climate change.

L'Oiseau Blanc, Peninsula Hotel, Paris, June 2018. Wearing Etro and thinking about increased migration, often driven by despair caused by economic and political disruption in developing countries, unresponsive governments, slow job growth, and climate change.

The Bridge Lounge, Hong Kong International Airport, September 2018. Wearing Loro Piana and thinking about climate change.

The Bridge Lounge, Hong Kong International Airport, September 2018. Wearing Loro Piana and thinking about climate change.

The Dorchester, Mayfair, London, April 2019. Wearing Bottega Veneta and thinking about slow and stagnant growth in advanced economies.

The Dorchester, Mayfair, London, April 2019. Wearing Bottega Veneta and thinking about slow and stagnant growth in advanced economies.

National Museum, Singapore, February 2019. Wearing Gucci and thinking about disruption to work, especially from new technology.

National Museum, Singapore, February 2019. Wearing Gucci and thinking about disruption to work, especially from new technology.

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Janet Lee
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