French photographer Marilyn Mugot finds beauty in the cold streets of China. The photographer utilises disorientation and creates a feeling of foreignness in her work as she wanders the streets of China.
She shoots after dark, in a time called the ‘blue hour’ which it is neither night nor day. The hour is found in cities after dark, where the artificial interior lights interact with the night sky.
At blue hour, Mugot says the world “seems to stop.”
Mugot captures images all over China, in cities like Chongqing and Guilin where she can get lost in her surroundings, empty her mind and really encapsulate the haunting surrounds of the nation.
Her work is beautiful and mysterious, which is why you just can’t look away. Follow more of Marilyn Mugot’s work via her Instagram.
Via Feature Shoot