Lu Pan and Yu Araki share home video-footage of their 90s childhoods in all their funny, celebratory, awkward and banal glory. Edited together remotely during the pandemic, the two artists discuss early home video technology, the social status of this footage in different contexts (both migrated as children), and also how these images were made and circulated. Their playful yet insightful conversation stitches the chaotic footage together and gives new life to a nostalgic form of cinema.
|Place of Publication||London, UK|
|Publisher||65th BFI London Film Festival|
|Media of output||Art medium|
|Publication status||Published - 16 Oct 2021|