The exhibition scene in Kuandu meseum of Art, Apr 2011 - to see from the left side  The Project <Daily> is initially installed in a dark room. Dual projections are shot onto a translucent screen that divides the dark room through the center. When the audiences covered one side of the projection, it will show the image of the other projection : the Taipei city without sun, or the light in the exhibition space.

The exhibition scene in Kuandu meseum of Art, Apr 2011 - to see from the left side

The Project <Daily> is initially installed in a dark room. Dual projections are shot onto a translucent screen that divides the dark room through the center. When the audiences covered one side of the projection, it will show the image of the other projection : the Taipei city without sun, or the light in the exhibition space.

 The exhibition scene in Kuandu meseum of Art, Apr 2011 - to see from the right side  &lt;Daily&gt; is a two-channel video installation through two oncoming projections. One&nbsp;projects the story about Taipei city, the other projects a light (shooting before) in the&nbsp;exhibition space. The two images merge in the screen, and the light shifts to the sun in the&nbsp;middle of the landscape. Because of the mimic sun, the normal life become more and more&nbsp;equivocal and fascinating. Also, the films‘ title “ Daily ” has double-entendre meaning in Chinese - literally “ day by day ” and hieroglyphically compiled by two “ Sun ” characters (日日).&nbsp;Project &lt;Daily&gt; constructs the space emerging the essence of Taipei city through&nbsp;documentary, fiction and real life.

The exhibition scene in Kuandu meseum of Art, Apr 2011 - to see from the right side

<Daily> is a two-channel video installation through two oncoming projections. One projects the story about Taipei city, the other projects a light (shooting before) in the exhibition space. The two images merge in the screen, and the light shifts to the sun in the middle of the landscape. Because of the mimic sun, the normal life become more and more equivocal and fascinating. Also, the films‘ title “ Daily ” has double-entendre meaning in Chinese - literally “ day by day ” and hieroglyphically compiled by two “ Sun ” characters (日日). Project <Daily> constructs the space emerging the essence of Taipei city through documentary, fiction and real life.

 The exhibition scene in Kuandu meseum of Art, Apr 2011 - to see from the left side  The Project &lt;Daily&gt; is initially installed in a dark room. Dual projections are shot onto a translucent&nbsp;screen that divides the dark room through the center. When the audiences covered one side of the&nbsp;projection, it will show the image of the other projection : the Taipei city without sun, or the light in the&nbsp;exhibition space.
 The exhibition scene in Kuandu meseum of Art, Apr 2011 - to see from the right side  &lt;Daily&gt; is a two-channel video installation through two oncoming projections. One&nbsp;projects the story about Taipei city, the other projects a light (shooting before) in the&nbsp;exhibition space. The two images merge in the screen, and the light shifts to the sun in the&nbsp;middle of the landscape. Because of the mimic sun, the normal life become more and more&nbsp;equivocal and fascinating. Also, the films‘ title “ Daily ” has double-entendre meaning in Chinese - literally “ day by day ” and hieroglyphically compiled by two “ Sun ” characters (日日).&nbsp;Project &lt;Daily&gt; constructs the space emerging the essence of Taipei city through&nbsp;documentary, fiction and real life.

The exhibition scene in Kuandu meseum of Art, Apr 2011 - to see from the left side

The Project <Daily> is initially installed in a dark room. Dual projections are shot onto a translucent screen that divides the dark room through the center. When the audiences covered one side of the projection, it will show the image of the other projection : the Taipei city without sun, or the light in the exhibition space.

The exhibition scene in Kuandu meseum of Art, Apr 2011 - to see from the right side

<Daily> is a two-channel video installation through two oncoming projections. One projects the story about Taipei city, the other projects a light (shooting before) in the exhibition space. The two images merge in the screen, and the light shifts to the sun in the middle of the landscape. Because of the mimic sun, the normal life become more and more equivocal and fascinating. Also, the films‘ title “ Daily ” has double-entendre meaning in Chinese - literally “ day by day ” and hieroglyphically compiled by two “ Sun ” characters (日日). Project <Daily> constructs the space emerging the essence of Taipei city through documentary, fiction and real life.

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