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With modern technology, people can go out as little as possible without having to. Because of the COVID-19, people's lives have changed. In this room, I have not been outdoors for a maximum of 1.5 months. The real world transforms human emotions and activities through the connection of digital technology. In the intersection and transformation of the virtual and the real, important questions are explored: how do we interpret human emotions through digital technology, and how can advances in technology help us better understand the depth of human emotions? Enter the special realm where reality and the virtual intersect. In this work, my room is documented in a way that appears static but is actually dynamic. Subtle changes and sounds are discerned through the film. I record the interior environments literally and bring them out into the open. Allowing passing strangers to peer into my room as well as the intimate field.
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