Publication date and place: October 2018 / Ningbo, Zhejiang, China
Format, binding: Softcover / Lay-flat sewn and glued paper back with flaps
Size: 282mm X 215mm X 10mm
Number of pages and images: 152 pages / 60 images
Type of printing and paper: Offset
Retail price: 280 RMB / 51 USD
Ke Peng, who was born in Hunan and grew up in Shenzhen in China, set her creation in the rapidly developing urban space to awaken other people's perception by projecting her personal experience onto the fragile and sensitive parts of the big city. Essentially the Salt Pond is more like an ecosystem that may be slightly out of balance due to being involved, where the situation of the pond and the fish will eventually refer to people who is trapped in the city but also dependent on the excitement and security it brings.