Wunderkammer 10.0

Yelim Ki, Soyun Park, Inwoo Jung

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Festival Forum: EXiS 2022 Wunderkammer 10.0
Yelim Ki, Soyun Park, Inwoo Jung

31 Minutes

Festival Forum

August 18–September 1, 2022

In a virtual city of the future, the operating system Wunderkammer 10.0, created to provide a more stable and fast autonomous driving service, crawls map data and learns by itself. Faced with the limitations of data accessibility within a specific timeline, Wunderkammer finds a long-expired travel blog on the internet.

Wunderkammer 10.0 is one of five films presented by the 19th edition of the Experimental Film and Video Festival in Seoul – EXiS, as part of a special selection on e-flux Video & Film streaming for two weeks from August 18 to September 1, and accompanied by a conversation between EXiS 2022 programmer Inhan Cho and e-flux’s Lukas Brasiskis. See the full program here.

The program is part of the series Festival Forum on e-flux Video & Film, presenting collaborations with established and emerging moving-image festivals from around the world.

For more information, contact program@e-flux.com.

Film, Internet, Data & Information
East Asia, Video Art, Experimental Film, Science Fiction, Computer-Generated Art
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Ki Yelim (b. 1997, Seoul, Korea) is a visual artist working on compuer-generated creative writing. She received her BFA from the School of Visual Arts at the Korea National University of Arts.

Park Soyun (b. 1990, Seoul, Korea) is an interdisciplinary artist based in the Hague, Netherlands. She studies various mechanical media and explores the relationship between technology and humans.

Jung Inwoo (b. 1993, Seoul, Korea) is a Cologne-based interdisciplinary artist. He explores new cultural codes by creating nonverbal synesthesia worlds with sound as the main medium.


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