MIDNIGHT HUNGER IS A COLLECTION OF ILLUSTRATIONS, ESSAY, ARCHITECTURAL PROPOSAL AND PHOTOGRAPHY FROM SEVEN ARTISTS, INVESTIGATING THE PSYCHOLOGICAL IMPACT OF URBANIZATION ON THE INHABITANTS. 
SKYSCRAPERS AND CONDOS WERE OVERTAKING THE DOWNTOWN TORONTO LANDSCAPE. CITY-DWELLERS ISOLATE THEMSELVES IN GLASS-MADE MATCHBOXES, KEEPING RESPECTABLE DISTANCES, LETTING OUT ONLY STOLEN GLANCES AT WHATEVER OR WHOMEVER THAT IS OUTSIDE OF YOUR WINDOW. 
PARTIES, CLUBS, SOCIAL MEDIA, FOMO, THE CITY SEEMS TO BE PERPETUALLY PROVIDING SOMETHING TO FILL YOU UP; YET DRAINING ONE OUT IN THE SAME TIME.
 
UNDER MY INVITE, LOCAL FRIENDS AND ARTISTS SURVEY WHAT IS IT THAT THEY'RE "HUNGRY FOR" THROUGH A MEDIUM OF THEIR CHOICE. 

MIDNIGHT HUNER, 2017

SELF-PUBLISHED MAGAZINE, 68 PAGES

FEATURING WORKS BY JAY BAWAR, RUOHUI CHEN, ANDREEA SOFINETI, PHILIP BASARIC, QIAOER JIN, ALEXANDER SI, XIZI LUO, XUNINGG ZHOU

RECONTEXTUALIZE OUR SOCIAL RELATION MEDIATED BY IMAGES AND IMAGE-MAKING MECHANISMS