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TOUCH ME

by Friendred, on March 30, 2017 - INTERACTION

TOUCH ME from Friendred on Vimeo. Live performers thrive on feedback from their audiences but they generally don't get this feedback until the end of the performance. Any feedback they

A1 MICROSCOPIC / BREAK

by Friendred, on March 07, 2017 - INTERACTION

A1 MICROSCOPIC/BREAK from Friendred on Vimeo. Conception microscopic is extremely tiny terminology, which actual human eyes cannot visualize. In this physical artifacts, I want to extend infinitesimal to infinite,

A2 HUMAN / DESIRE

by Friendred, on March 07, 2017 - INTERACTION

Conception A2 HUMAN/DESIRE from Friendred on Vimeo. Human scale is compatible, human being as the highest level in biologic chain keeping evolving along with age, but it doesn't mean

A3 ENVIRONMENTAL / LOTUS

by Friendred, on March 07, 2017 - INTERACTION

Conception A3 ENVIRONMENTAL/LOTUS'SRIDGE from Friendred on Vimeo. “even when you go off the grid, you might still be on it”- The Jefferson Grid, environmental scale is

A4 planetary / EMBROYDERY

by Friendred, on March 07, 2017 - INTERACTION

Conception A4 PLANTARY from Friendred on Vimeo. All the creatures are the unit of planet. The whole planetary system run according to cosmic rules. On the other hand, there are

A5 ASTRONOMICAL / ANTI-G

by Friendred, on March 07, 2017 - INTERACTION

Conception Working in space station and travelling in outer space, sexual behavior and stimulation of hormones are realistic question which cannot be avoid, in 2000, there is an experiment in

DIST-ANCE

by Friendred, on March 02, 2017 - INTERACTION

DIST-ANCE from Friendred on Vimeo. From a microcosmic perspective, this installation can be regarded as a meta-narrative, simplified as a relationship between humans and nature. When you stand far away

INSTABLE

by Friendred, on February 19, 2017 - Inspiration

‘ “Pornography” is historically specific to the modern invention of photography, but also that “pornography” names the very confusion and ambiguity first identified by Plato in the viewer’s relation to


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