This work consists of a video projection, a loop in monitor and drawings/collage. It's an experiment on viewer perception of different given visual scenes within the cinematic context. Dealing with memory and information, the work questions about the nature of storytelling that change interpretations with passage of time. Using documentary structure, the projected narration (total duration 17min.) shifts from personal story telling, discussion on speculating our future and act of memorizing. Here in the extract, you see a young student trying to recite what he has memorized in front of the camera. Distracted by the background music playing on the radio, he is uneasy and the scene becomes other than what was expected.
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