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Chinese FxxK culture

Through the observation from cultural codes and eastern costumes, traditional paper-cut art and totem, in the Chinese society, reveal mainstream consciousness toward love and sex for “reproduction” and “normal pattern” in miniature. At the same time, expected role played by women should be loyal and humble. With the passage of time, this final answer and cliché, recognized as correct form to possess felicities, have engraved indelible track on woman’s mind in the early age.
Moral pattern’s protection, as implements of torture, suppresses desire, body and soul. Female body, which lived under the shell, doesn’t have self-oriented cogitation but serve others as anchor point to move. In hence, facing external changes, they are defenseless with empty shells and dead bodies. Furthermore, they will become victims or scapegoats in the patriarchal environment which filled with hypocritical atmosphere, anxiety and guilty.
Nowadays, love and sexual connection cannot be limited by “moral pattern” or “legal framework”. Instead of ignoring the phenomenon under the surface, we should eliminate the gap between “moral surface” and “underlying reality” with optimal attitude and open discussion. Rather than set up miscellaneous invisible prisons to monitor all and sundry, people need to face humanity, desire and taboo directly which will solve problems efficaciously to reach new balance.

  • Project Title (Original Language):
    Chinese FxxK culture
  • Project Type:
    Animation, Short
  • Runtime:
    7 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    March 30, 2015
  • Production Budget:
    400 USD
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Director Biography - LIN,WAN-CHEN


2015 — MFA in John C. Hench Division of Animation and Digital Arts, University of Southern California

Sept. 2013—Feb. 2014 MFA in New Media Art, Taipei National University of the Arts

Sept. 2009—June 2013 Bachelor of the Fine Arts—Dept. of Fine ARTS, Division of Painting, National Taiwan Normal University


2014—Personal works was selected by The Industry Cooperation Exhibition in FenYuan Museum of Lacquer Art

2013—National Taiwan Normal University Graduation Collection Exhibition awarded for Semi-Liquid Space

2012—Personal works was selected by Lee Gallery (Project One) and presented in Art Taipei Exhibition Event

2012—Personal work: Multi-media called “Step by Step” was awarded the first place from National Taiwan Normal University Dept. of Fine Art

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Director Statement

Making animation is successive and dynamic as the process of human growth. It will mellow and complete with the passage of time, altering formations in kaleidoscopic conditions. Behaviors or movements at the moment can never limit imagination in the next frame which is as individual as thumbprints. Life is the combination of manifold segmentations, will deviate to diverse directions by arranging “layers” in different ways, this is the reason to why I keep creating works without hesitation. Moreover, with perpetual attempts and time investment, I am adamant in excavating unknown sense of time and future possibilities.