Studies suggest that approximately 10% of the world’s population is left-handed. Tools and procedures are mainly designed for right-handed people, therefore a lot of left-handed people are inconvenienced and forced to switch their hands in daily routine. By capturing left-handed life and asking right-handed people to do left-handed things I want to focus on the construction of lefthanded identity. Also, I’m exploring the relationship between the majority and minority through collecting hand photographs in different areas.
Ji Cheng (b. 1995) is a Chinese photographer who studies in the UK now. After attaining a Bachelor Degree in Visual Communication from Hubei Institute of Fine Arts, and one year exchanged study on Camera Arts in Switzerland, she decided to explore more on multiple media in Documentary Photography.