The work is made after researching early cinema in Taiwan which most often had a Narrator. This narration could change the way the movie received. By telling the story the Narrator could make a tragedy a comedy, giving an own personal and local perspective.
An abstract interaction of structures of storytelling in early cinema. The different perspectives: the movie, the narrator and the audience come together in a ceremony.
Maker/Idea: Jaime Ibanez, Photography, Editor: Jun-Yuan Hong, Sound: Chuan-Yi Hung/Natafa Wu, Hand Performer: Sei Kai Dei
Cultural Affairs Bureau of Tainan City Government, Tsung Yeh Arts and Cultural Center, the Mondriaan Fund and Netherlands Office Taipei
Professor Wan shun Shih, Jow Jiun Gong, Maggie Pan, Chih Chung Chang, Josephine Ahnelt, Kuma Wallice, Antoine-J. Chen, Y.C.