Alain Delorme (1979, France) went into the heart of contemporary China and confronts us with its complexity. Under the blue sky of a sour Shanghai, men carry unlikely and seemingly unstable piles of anything. Is this for real?! Manufacturing, that is what it is all about. A reflection of what is reproducible and interchangeable, portraying the insignificant jobs present in Shanghai. But they are also sculptures, real works of art. Even though Chinese society usually fascinates with its delusions of grandeur, Delorme consciously chooses to focus on the individuals and crazy logistics of an Oriental metropolis balancing its way through the 21st century.