This work looks at the phenomenon of dense red slogans in China. It explores the social phenomena that lie behind the density of red slogans. The first part of the work describes the phenomenon of red slogans, the second part examines the origins of the slogans, and the third part considers their social impact through the lens of the public. People seem to be living in a giant “slogan machine”. Do we deserve better ways of communication?
Tiemu Zheng is a Chinese artist, he graduated from the Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA) in China and is currently pursuing a master of arts in Interaction Design at University of the Arts London (UAL). He works mainly with virtual reality design, 3D models and video installations. His works are created through a personal perspective of observation, focusing on the relationship between technology, urbanization, society and people’s lives.