Phone Tapping
Phone Tapping

The film is built from a tipping point that leads us imperceptibly from day to night, fleeting a moment where what was is gone, where things can take another meaning. Many voiceovers that cross the portable telephone on the telephone, speaking of ghosts, guide us through the city, while the camera seems in search of a plot of land, a concordance story - image. The topography of the place is built and moves in parallel with another topography, mental it up, maybe they meet somewhere here in a new psychological space. A personal story carries through the city of Seoul, for us to follow and choose the field of interpretation : truth, storytelling (urban) ...

HeeWon Lee (*1978, South Korea) is graduated from the Ecole Nationale Superieure d'Art de Nancy and the famous Ecole du Fresnoy (National Studio of Contemporary Arts in Tourcoing, France). She belongs to this young generation of artists who works with video to question our perception of things. Her artistic practice uses new media and the most current technology that she combines with visual arts, graphic design and sound creation.

About HeeWon Lee

Korean, b. 1978, South Korea, based in Paris, France