This video artwork looks back the existential and progressive nature of human contemplation in the living space, which seemed only a smooth and flat surface was being created. The image processing I created overlays images from streets in Seattle via Google Streetview at a different speed and duration, as if capturing the side views while driving the routes. By scrolling the routes back and forth like an endless panoramic travel, experiencing the represented reality in the virtual space, this video art recreates the still images on Google Streetview into an animation that has a nonlinear timeline, reforms the original purpose of navigation or documentation use. Repetitively overlaying fragments of images will consider the one-way interactivity from the streaming culture as a barrier, and a topological landscape, which reveals the patterns and visual signifiers in the city.
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