Closeness and Alienation:A Case Study of an Exhibiting Animated Film “Inter-dine”


In modern society with high-end technology nowadays, images and video clips can be accessed by the public easily and fast via various digital devices, including mobile phones, tablets, iCloud, and streaming platforms. In the process of watching videos, the past timeline flows with the present one simultaneously. Additionally, memories and the circle of generations reveal more mobility with time and space. Therefore, we are hoping to connect viewers’ emotions with the exhibiting animated short film looping video, “Inter-dine”, the concept of “Inter-dine” presents the creator’s feelings in terms of daily life and life circles by dining with family members, the characters in the video setting are attached to complex emotions which in-between closeness and alienation, showing the most common moments in family but yet became precious during the time of coronavirus outbreak.

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I-Chun Liu, Tainan University of Technology, Taiwan

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Conference: IICAH2023
Stream: Arts - Media Arts Practices: Television

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Liu I. (2023) Closeness and Alienation:A Case Study of an Exhibiting Animated Film “Inter-dine” ISSN: 2432-4604 – The IAFOR International Conference on Arts & Humanities – Hawaii 2023 Official Conference Proceedings
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