Journey to errr
This work is related to the work Is it error?, a project directed by me. This project is about lots of unexpected events in our lives and the process of living shown in an error form, using the metaphor of ‘a journey’. In other words, I wanted to show independent life in modern society through this project. Text and sound from ordinary life were expanded with a flow timeline, and each one was intentionally shown in an error form on a relative side. That means two kinds of life are presented on one screen showing life is composed of regularity and error, which means irregularity. The screen is divided in a way of a split-screen surveillance monitor. It shows the coexistence of individual life, but is not meant to imply surveillance.
Video, 1’40”, Filmed by Webcam