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ALL MOVEMENTS SHOULD KILL THE WIND
A man knocks down a wall, saws the stone, and creates statues, blocks, and bowls from it. Two hundred kilometers outside of Beijing, he and other men live among the stones that are waiting to be processed. As they create new objects, the wind picks up the dust left behind and carries it off to faraway places. In this sensual experimental film, their dry work comes to life.
- Filmschool: Le Fresnoy
- Duration: 12 Min.
Meet the director
Born in 1989, Wang Yuyan is currently a student at the Le Fresnoy art center in Lille. Prior to that, she studied fine arts in China and Paris. She carries out multimedia projects that oscillate between film, performance, and installation.