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LAMENT (2020) MOVING IMAGES ︎︎︎

Cameragraphy YUANHUA+CHRISTINALI
Art Direction YUAN HUA
Script Writing ZHEN QI+YUAN HUA
Sound Art PETERLAI+NATASHA

Lament is a moving image project developed on top of my previous graphic design project The Centre (2020), which is a project link the relationship between oligarchy and pollution. It is set in a fictional background that a government — 'The Centre' is promising the citizens that they will live in a utopian virtual world where is no pollution and anxiety, as long as they work and serve energy for the centre.
A C4D animation is produced as the 'promotional video' by the Centre to illustrate the future living space that they promise.
By projecting the ready-made C4D animation (as a slack lie) on the surface of the broken statue (as city decay). The satire will been pushed to the climax that the statue as a witness who is the only one who sees and tells the truth, but it could not speak out loud. No one hears it's voice.
Script inspired by Manifesto(2015) by Julian Rosefeldt.



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Cameragraphy/YUAN HUA+CHRISTINA LI
Script Writing/ZHEN QI+YUAN HUA
Sound Art/PETER LAI+NATASHA
Lament is a moving image project developed on top of my previous graphic design project The Centre (2020), which is a project link the relationship between oligarchy and pollution. It is set in a fictional background that a government — 'The Centre' is promising the citizens that they will live in a utopian virtual world where is no pollution and anxiety, as long as they work and serve energy for the centre.

A C4D animation is produced as the 'promotional video' by the Centre to illustrate the future living space that they promise.

By projecting the ready-made C4D animation (as a slack lie) on the surface of the broken statue (as city decay). The satire will been pushed to the climax that the statue as a witness who is the only one who sees and tells the truth, but it could not speak out loud. No one hears it's voice.

Script inspired by Manifesto(2015) by Julian Rosefeldt.
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