Four images taken from a publication on the learning of navigation by compass and maps from 1953 are slightly manipulated and rendered into a video. The original non-persecetival dotted lines superimposed onto the photographs, animated in the video and further examined in the sculpture, are a stark metaphor for our acknowledgment of the tie between human and land, including the artistic interest in landscape. With a light touch of sci-fi, especially the sense of "past tense futuristic", a frustration or helplessness or calm towards the understanding of our bond with land and the relentless elapse of time seems naturally acceptable.

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  • DVD,
  • H.264,
  • H-422,


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  • Video Out Distribution