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Do you know there are more images or visual apparatuses in the criterion of video?
An abundance of video art, including experimental short films, concept films, installations, concept animation, documentaries of performance art…etc., requires our participation in art museums for their distance to our daily lives. But are these moving images really distant to us? Can’t the general public appreciate video art without walking into a museum?
As a matter of fact, these experimental or conceptual moving images have inspired many films and other media in entertainment industry. They are the foundation of later video art, and for their conceptual depth and thought-provoking images they have pushed creative progression of video art from a crucial standpoint. Numerous directors or artists familiar to us have attempted certain levels of experimental or conceptual video art whether they kept on this path. Little did these images have commercial value, and yet based on these endeavors many artists integrated their creative paths and affirmed their statuses as precursors to later generations.
The video you see may seem to be incomprehensible for a moment, and that temporary uncertainty is a necessary visual experience and development. We do not provide for a certain answer to the audience in each artistic moment. More subjective affects come from your own living experiences. Your inner processing will be triggered by these images, and they will make you question again how you watch yourself or this world.
Watching is a reading process instead of mere browsing. You need to watch slowly each and every object, event, human being, and view in the video to incorporate them into your own nourishment.