1997, 04:20 minutes, colour
Centering on a guy who is obsessed with photocopying his own photographs, Photocopier investigates the absurdity of our ever increasing fascination towards photographic reproduction and manipulation. Its abrupt visual style draws attention to disoriented space and time and provokes spectators into rethinking our present situation in a world that is saturated with handy reproductive technologies. It is a short video with great visual impact.
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