Audiovisual Video Projection, 14:00 minutes (loop), 2014
“Sync/x” is a time-machine, which runs on its own logics.“Sync/x” proposes a panoramic light ambient that presents a narrative imageries in a minimalistic method.
It is a video installation project that composed by six synchronized projectors with surround audio. “Sync/x” divides into four chapters. Each of the chapters plays disparate rhythms/narrativities of the light and shadow.
The Core visual impression of “Sync/x” is an architectural representation of the development of light movements, which performs as daily time changing