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Visit – Kangmin Kim

He visits a city. The city already forgot him. The city is still sinking in his dream. The flickering segments of real life and illusion. Only the lighthouse has his memory. But the memory will maybe vanish.

Stop motion animation with paper cut outs and paint on glass. Kangmin Kim also animated the well received short 38-39˚c.

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38-39°C – Kangmin Kim

38-39˚c gives us the blueprint of a relationship between a father and son inside the dream the protagonist experiences while under the spell of the elevated temperatures of a bathhouse. Thick sheets of paper in exquisite arrangement represent the two men who are linked by their identical birthmarks, yet cannot seem to look at each other. —- Maureen Selwood

h/t The Pleasure of Chaos

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