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Dreamland, London, 2023
Dreamland, London, 2023
Dreamland, London, 2023
30x21cm frame (18x13cm photograph)
25x25cm frame (13x13cm photograph)

A two-minute experimental video

Medium: Video playback device   Size: 16 inches broadcast monitor

Degree Show, Royal College of Art, London, 2023
Degree Show, Royal College of Art, London, 2023

Dreamland, 2023

“Pebbles” on the wall that have been damaged and deformed by human walking.

Reassembling fragments of photographs of pebbles washed by the Thames.

A video of Tuvalu declaring itself the world's first digital nation.

With today's pipelined production created by digital simulation, everything seems to be replicable, but when everything is digitized, when everything is replicable, how do we identify what is true and what is false in the environment?

My intention was to demonstrate, by combining images with experiments, that we need to have non-replicability.It is precisely the media that has accelerated the decline from the modern production field to the postmodern simulacra society.  Contemporary society, on the other hand, is a simulated society created by the mass media, where the real and original things have been replaced by the large-scale typification of simulacra and simulation, making the world more simulacra.

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