Part 4 of “tool-being” series, Longman Luk looks inside a 360 panoramic camera for the everyday consumer, to hack its customized functions, and to test its operational limits, which results in his videographic exercise presented at Micro Narratives 2022. A manifesto on his videography follows.
Second of the “tool-being'” series. What new insights would we have of our experiences if humans and tools/machines are understood as an assemblage, coming into the presence of each other to seek collaborative possibilities? Abby Yuen reveals how her abstract video of foams was the result of a sound machine she made.
黃福權把在遊走和行山時收錄到的竹林、海灘、飛過的航班、機場鐵路、拉膠紙等聲音元素，散種在油街一個半個足球場大小的卵石池上。是記錄、實驗、追憶、信物…。Fuk-kuen Wong planted sounds he collected from everyday walking and hiking trip onto a pool of pebbles of half-size of a soccer field on Oil Street. His recordings are documentation as much as token and gift for memories to pass.