documentary / cold war / asia / woman / pop group
This documentary shows various materials in a form of collages. It also captures racial discrimination by associating the director’s situation studying abroad and the history of the Kimsisters, as well as virus and the movement of migrants. Although images, editing, and the music of the Kimsisters make the film seem shorter, collages reflect the fragmented and edited lives of Asian women. The film contains good questions about dancing, singing, and what Asian women are. [Joonoo “Bluc” PARK]
Jeon Chaelin currently lives in Paris, France, and works to discover and combine voices which was hidden in history using various media such as sculpture, painting, and video.