Deconstruction of a Kiss
film | 1’ 06” | 2017
Deconstruction of a Kiss blends images of kissing found in cinema, social media, commercials, photography, and TV shows into one single kiss by matching the movement of kisses using flickering images.
Deconstruction of a Kiss responds to the norm of romance that is implanted in society through media. Paralleling with the image, the sound is an elongated wedding march that provokes reconsidering of the structure of romance. 


Calarts Cinephilia: Filth and Fun, Cinefamily, West Hollywood CA, USA
Bijou Festival: Found-footage program, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia CA, USA