Video, LED screens
This project is a real-time video performance completed on nine connected LED screens, mainly exploring the relationship between nature and human beings. Interesting and absurd connections are created by reintegrating the materials collected on the Internet. It is also a way to observe the world and perceive the natural and human environment through the digital network.
This work is about the threshold of nature. From the real scene to the post-processing effect of the images, it will change when the natural object reaches a certain threshold. The work tries to break the boundary between the real and processed images and show the boundary of nature in the digital world in multiple dimensions.
Exploring the geological structure of the earth and the crazy super development of human beings have produced a series of destructive reactions，like the butterfly effect. It reflects the alienation from nature and the resulting destruction of the balance of harmonious life. By juxtaposing computer-generated images with real-world shots, the video blurs the difference between reality and digital reproduction。
This work was created during quarantine under the pandemic, establishing the connection between screen and nature. When we quarantine, all viewing becomes through the screen. Through the instructions of the code, let the computer control the screen's window by itself and show the viewers the frames they can see.
This is a mixed-cut trailer to show my director position, which selected five different stories, different races and backgrounds of people in different psychological states of urban life.
In society, humans perceive the world based on their senses, but they are full of limitations and illusions. Such contradictions trap us in our own sensory world, limiting our inspiration to think about other perspectives. The performance presents our bodies as containers of consciousness.
The story is about a series of conflicts between a Japanese blind man and an American killer who didn't understand each other's language.
See You Tomorrow
The film is about a Korean homosexual man who suffered from his mother's disapproval and life. He decided to commit suicide. However, he met an optimistic black boy, and they saved each other.