After his arrival in New Zealand, WU has been trying to take a photo of the starry night sky everyday with his phone, whether or not it was clear. The star photos can be interpreted as diaries. Using 16mm Bolex camera to film the stars frame by frame with long exposure. Exposure time was determined by mind. These uneven pulsations of lights corresponds to the starlight changing along with the thoughts were at mind. This film documents WU’s everyday ritual of star-gazing with the related associations and inspirations, and forms a meditative process.
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