examines the camp sites
of a small and largely unseen community of foreign workers,
who live amongst the rolling sand dunes of a large land
reclamation project. Their makeshift tents are constructed
from scavenged construction rubbish consisting of mostly
plastic sheeting and PVC wiring pipes. The best of the tents
are furnished with simple woven mats and cheap foam pillows,
but most tents are completely bare with just thin plastic
boards for a base to sleep on.
The inhabitants supplement their daily food intake with
fish, horseshoe crabs and shellfish, all caught and gathered
from along the shoreline.
2016; the population of the tent community has dwindled
dramatically, with most of the makeshift structures now
left abandoned and in tatters.