Shot Reverse Shot is an experimental installation work inspired by the conventional film technic “Shot Reverse Shot.” Audiences will follow the path that the artist had set up, sighting the image, recording the image and finally resighting the reversed image which would incarnate “gaze through gaze.” It was filmed in a space where it could bring the vibe of DMZ.
* This film is only screened at the Expanded Plus.
Shot Reverse Shot is an experimental installation inspired by the shot and reverse shot, one of the basics methodologies of cinema. The audiences follow the path designed by Jang to see the images, and simultaneously they are also recorded by a hidden camera in the reverse angle. This embodies the concept “gaze of gaze.” The film was shot in three different places to capture the atmosphere of DMZ. The installation consists of two-channel projections, CCTV cameras, and objects representing the DMZ.
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