One person is born out of his consciousness. As he looks into his inner self as well as observes the world around him, he goes on a journey to find his own voice and color.
He hits the floor with his head and throws himself into the air to break himself. After the images of the body that are multiplied and divided first disturb the senses, the audience is drawn to the series of remnants left in the wake of this carnivalesque parade. METAMODERNITY, which sends a fluttering butterfly and a soft heart that suddenly springs out of the chest after a violent introspection, is a presentation of director Erick Oh’s metamodernism. And it summons a sense of warmth over the cynicism and emptiness of postmodernism. Despite the activities of constant failure and the repetition of deaths and births for over seven minutes, the will to never leave the variability of the ego as an irony shines through the screen. [KIM Somi]
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