Mar 5, 2008 - Mar 15, 2008

Two Big Video

Today Art Museum

Miao Xiaochun
Today Art Museum

“Restart”, realize between 2008 and 2010, puts forward a series of decisively new approaches. Aspects of the clash of civilizations, the role of cultural-and intercultural- memory in commerce with our contemporary situation intersect in a medial attentiveness that lays before us the ambivalence, the seduction, and the disquiet in the experience of the virtual 3-D space and the – transbiomorphic – animation in a completely new manner.

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Section 1 from left to right

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Section 6 (the end of second screenshot)

Let’s be clear from the start: “RESTART” is frightfully beautiful, unsettling, and enticing all at once, and it thereby hits a nerve with our contemporary desires and fears without having to become involved in the subconscious innocence-deal of a crisis that has apparently affected us as unexpectedly as only a sudden extraterrestrial comet impact could.

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