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A story assembled. Illogical, and yours. This website weaves together a sequence of motion in realtime, using fragments of archival footages that are being collected daily. When a human figure appears on the screen, the sound is deliberately distorted into a slow ‘wan wan.’ This project, with a theme linking to classification and dependency, shall continue to be developed for a very long time. (Footages featured on this website belong to the public domain. Clips were downloaded here).


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2 comments on “WANWANLINK

  1. eclectnik
    October 31, 2011

    Far out, really enjoyed this though I didn’t have time to watch it all. I’ll come back and watch the rest later. How long is it?

  2. apricotjuice
    October 31, 2011

    Don’t know exactly…I think they’d like to let it be endless…
    we’ll see!

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