Born in Anhui, China in 1991. Liang Yujue currently lives and works in Hamburg. He studied Fine Arts (BA) at Academy of Fine Arts Nuremberg and time-based Media (MA) at University of Fine Arts Hamburg. The practice of him moves seamlessly between video, film, photography, dynamic sound and installation. He is interested in exploring people's variable audio-visual cognition and perception which in response to technological developments, environmental and climatic changes.

Liang Yujue

Contact >> liangyujue120@icloud.com or instagram insLink_Liangyujue

Upcoming

11 - 13/02/2022
HFBK Annual Exhibition
Lerchenfeld 2, 22081 Hamburg

21 - 27/03/2022
Exchange Exhibition
Goldsmiths University of London

Upcoming
11 - 13/02/2022
HFBK Annual Exhibition
Lerchenfeld 2, 22081 Hamburg

21 - 27/03/2022
Exchange Exhibition
Goldsmiths University of London




Exhibitions

2022
Goldsmiths Exchange Exhibition
Avalon Cafe, London (UK)

2021
In difficult times
Kunstquartier Bethanien, Berlin (DE)
No Wrong Moves
Richard and Dolly Maass Gallery, New York (US)
Nice to meet you
Chamber 1019A, New York (US)
The invisible sounds
PLAN8T Mow無用美术馆 Museum of Waste Changsha (CHN)
Haptic dreams of future past
Galerie LADØNS Hamburg (DE)

2020
The 6th intermedia Art Festival
Hanling Exhibition Area,Ningbo (CHN)
Ausstellungslabor
Academy Gallery Nuremberg (DE)

2019
Edition Superior
Edel Extra Galerie Nuremberg (DE)
Foresight Film festival N.4
Urania Berlin e.V. Berlin (DE)
Long Night of the Sciences
FAU Nuremberg (DE)

2018
Don’t You Blame Anyone (Future Comes Quickly)
Auf AEG Nuremberg (DE)
Same bed different dreams
Galerie der HBK Saar Saarbrücken (DE)
I ART Youth Project 城市人的维度
Yuan Contemporary Art Museum Chongqing (CHN)

2017
KulturPalast Anwanden Festival 2017
Anwanden (DE)


Press

The 6th Intermedia Art Festival International Intermedia Art Invitation Exhibition

Kunststudenten „in einem Bett“ Saarbrücker Zeitung 17/01/2018

Jahrsausstellung Academy of Fine Arts Nuremberg KunstNürnberg 2017


Prize

2022 Exhibition Exchange Goldsmiths, University of London (Fellowship)
2021 Karl H. Ditze Stiftung and DAAD PROMOS, SUNY Purchase, New York Exchange
2018 Yuan Contemporary Art Museum I ART Youth Project prize
2018 A.d.b.k Nuremberg Academy film prize
2017 A.d.b.k Nuremberg Academy prize

Exhibitions
2022
Goldsmiths Exchange Exhibition
Avalon Cafe, London (UK)

2021
In difficult times
Kunstquartier Bethanien, Berlin (DE)
No Wrong Moves
Richard and Dolly Maass Gallery, New York (US)
Nice to meet you
Chamber 1019A, New York (US)
The invisible sounds
PLAN8T Mow無用美术馆 Museum of Waste Changsha (CHN)
Haptic dreams of future past
Galerie LADØNS Hamburg (DE)

2020
The 6th intermedia Art Festival
Hanling Exhibition Area,Ningbo (CHN)
Ausstellungslabor
Academy Gallery Nuremberg (DE)

2019
Edition Superior
Edel Extra Galerie Nuremberg (DE)
Foresight Film festival N.4
Urania Berlin e.V. Berlin (DE)
Long Night of the Sciences
FAU Nuremberg (DE)

2018
Don’t You Blame Anyone (Future Comes Quickly)
Auf AEG Nuremberg (DE)
Same bed different dreams
Galerie der HBK Saar Saarbrücken (DE)
I ART Youth Project 城市人的维度
Yuan Contemporary Art Museum Chongqing (CHN)

2017
KulturPalast Anwanden Festival 2017
Anwanden (DE)


Press

The 6th Intermedia Art Festival International Intermedia Art Invitation Exhibition

Kunststudenten „in einem Bett“ Saarbrücker Zeitung 17/01/2018

Jahrsausstellung Academy of Fine Arts Nuremberg KunstNürnberg 2017


Prize

2022 Exhibition Exchange Goldsmiths, University of London (Fellowship)
2021 Karl H. Ditze Stiftung and DAAD PROMOS, SUNY Purchase, New York Exchange
2018 Yuan Contemporary Art Museum I ART Youth Project prize
2018 A.d.b.k Nuremberg Academy film prize
2017 A.d.b.k Nuremberg Academy prize




Works

Dilution
One-Channel Video Installation (Color/Sound 4K)
3 Min 26 Sec 2022

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In 1961, John F. Kennedy created the national fallout shelter system. In 1962, as the Cuban Missile Crisis began, the number of nuclear shelters in the United States multiplied. Tens of thousands of shelters were built in New York City alone throughout the Cold War. In reality, most fallout shelters would do nothing to safeguard people from an actual bomb. The national fallout shelter system was, in a sense, a government policy to appease people's fears about nuclear war.
The Cold War is long over. However, you can still see faded FALLOUT SHELTER signs as remnants of the war on many buildings in New York City. Influenced by the Cold War and the nuclear threat, between 1950s and 1960s many science fiction horror films related to nuclear war were produced. The Theremin was closely associated with these types of films, with its strange and disturbing electronic sound.

This video captures Theremin player Alexander Hippert inside an abandoned fallout shelter in Manhattan, New York, responding to the well-known mantra in the scientific community:“the best solution to pollution is dilution”with the sound of the Theremin, again and again.This mantra is more of a summary of general approaches to major kinds of pollution that have been used for a long time, and of course, nuclear pollution is included.
The mantra echoes in the long narrow fallout shelter, along with the sound of the Theremin. A sense of insecurity followed and came to people, just as it came with nuclear weapons. During the Cold War, people were faced with the crisis of imminent nuclear attack, and today we are faced with the accidental disasters and pollution of nuclear power plants. This kind of fear and anxiety has never subsided, nor can it be diluted over time.

Exhibition's photo of dilution Exhibition's photo of dilution Exhibition's photo of dilution

Production Designer: Liang Yujue
Theremin Performance: Alexander Hippert
Music & Post production/Sound Mixing: Alexander Hippert
Audio Recording: James Cronier
Camera: Amelia Wyeth Ponirakis
Set Design: Quentin Qiao


Thanks: Lucy Deng
Supported By: SUNY Purchase




The legend data of pale male
Panoramic photo print on inkjet transparency film 670cm x 130cm
PLC 3D Printing 45cm x 42cm
Installation 2021

Exhibition's photo of the pale male Exhibition's photo of the pale male

56-75 Decibel Ver.1
Three-channel video installation(color/sound HD)
4 min 8 sec 2021

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Acoustic Vehicle Alert System (AVAS) is a sound device now commonly installed in alternative fuel vehicles. It simulates the noise emitted by gasoline and diesel car engines when they are running to give the pedestrians outside an appropriate warning sound. Countries around the world have incorporated the requirement that "all alternative fuel vehicles must be equipped with AVAS" into regulations, and further require that "AVAS must emit continuous noise of 56-75 decibels when alternative fuel vehicles are running". In order to promote innovation, brand competitiveness and users’ driving pleasure, automobile manufacturers around the world are working with artists and sound engineers to create simulation sound waves on AVAS and to define and create a brand-new street’s sound scene that is completely different from our previous auditory experience.  
This surround installation consists of 3 screens and 6 loudspeakers, on which video portraits of 15 blind children are successively displayed, recording their reactions when they first heard AVAS simulation sound waves. The accompanying sound installation is further edited from simulation sound waves created by the car manufacturer, with reference to each blind child's live feedback.  The video attempts to explore how our cognition and experience are formed in the perception of images and sounds.  The project also attempts to raise the question of whether these simulation sounds can be used by real blind people?

Exhibition's photo of 56-75 Decibel Exhibition's photo of 56-75 Decibel Exhibition's photo of 56-75 Decibel

Acknowledgements:
Zhao Jingru, Zhu Bowen, Yin Dingzhuo, Wu Huimin, Ji Dexiang, Wu Jianyu, Li Jingde, Gong Yujie, Zhou Yuyan, Ma Mengyao, Liu Beibei, Wang Shufan, Xie Zihan, Chao Yuxuan, Liu Dexu, Su Yulu, Lin Gaoli, Hui Daiwen, Jin Shengjie, Sun Ancheng, Shi Yuyang, Yin Xianghong, Yang Jingrui, Lu Yiming, Wang Jiawei, Sun Yali

Production Designer: Liang Yujue
Assistent Production Manager: Liang Guan
Associate Producer: Zhang Qiang
Assistant Director: Duan Yimei, Wang Hui
Camera: Liang Yujue
Gaffer: Liang Guan
Set Manager:Liang Guan, Wang Hui
Sound Recording: Duan Yimei

Editor: Liang Yujue
Colorist: Liang Yujue
Postproduction Sound: Dominic Jähner
Re-recording/Sound Editor: Dominic Jähner
Key Grip Support: Zhang Wanyu

Supported by:
Hefei Special Education Center 合肥特殊教育中心




56-75 Decibel Ver.2
Fifteen NFT Video on Opensea (color/sound HD)
30-40 sec 2021

Go to OpenSea for NFTs

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Video portraits of 15 blind children's NFT on display at Opensea, show their reactions when they first heard AVAS' simulation sound waves. The video attempts to explore how our cognition and experience are formed in the perception of images and sounds. This project also attempts to raise the question of whether these simulation sounds can be used by real blind people?  We created our own soundtrack for each blind child's NFT through recombining and re-editing the simulation sound waves they heard from the car manufacturers and their unique feedback received in the field.

Exhibition's photo of 56-75 Decibel Exhibition's photo of 56-75 Decibel Exhibition's photo of 56-75 Decibel Exhibition's photo of 56-75 Decibel Exhibition's photo of 56-75 Decibel

NFT Film Editor: Liang Yujue
NFT Sound Editor: Zhou Dong
Supported by:
Hefei Special Education Center 合肥特殊教育中心




Green Soup
Two-Channel Video Installation (Color/Sound HD) 4:3
8 min 36 sec 2021

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"Green soup" is a nickname some scientists give to a water body when algal blooms occur. The soup is green because it is filled with one of the most ancient microorganisms: cyanobacteria. Cyanobacteria are the origin of oxygen in the early earth’s atmosphere. During the oxygen building-up process, the majority of early anaerobic organisms became extinct as they were not able to handle the oxygen metabolism’s toxic by-products: reactive oxygen species (ROS). Scientists believe that the accumulation of ROS in cells might act as a selective pressure for the evolution of higher life. ROS is not only harmful to anaerobic organisms, but also to us. The accumulation of ROS in cells is believed to be related with many human diseases, aging and death.

This video consists of two parts. One part describes the history of cyanobacteria consumption. The earliest record of cyanobacteria use was found in the Aztec Civilization, from more than three hundred years ago. Nowadays, certain species of cyanobacteria have become widely known as the superfood. In space research, cyanobacteria are also considered as a potential food supplement during space travel.The other part of the video connects the ancient longevity ritual, face painting, and modern anti-aging cosmetics containing micro-algae.

With the development of science and technology, we have entered what is called the Anthropocene by geologists. But we are still afraid of death, meanwhile, more obsessed with pursuing vigor and life.

Exhibition's photo of Green Soup Exhibition's photo of Green Soup Exhibition's photo of Green Soup Exhibition's photo of Green Soup

Production Designer: Liang Yujue
Assistent Production Manager: Zhang Wanyu
Performer: Sun Xintong
Performance Support: Guo Yida
Theories Support: Wei Wang, Wang Zhen
Camera: Liang Yujue
Gaffer: Guo Yida
Prop Maker: Guo Zhichao
Costume & Make up: Wang Zixu, Zhang Wanyu, Tang Jia
Set Manager:Wang Mengyue, Chen Ling, Lu Yaodong
Equipments Support: Louis Fried

Editor: Liang Yujue
Colorist: Liang Yujue
Postproduction Sound/Sound Editor: Zhou Dong

Algae Supported by:
Healthalgae Sweden AB




Alge
Photos 2020

photo of Alge
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Exhibition's photo of Alge



Dying to Live or Living to Die, with Oxygen
Interactive Installation
Monitor, Arduino with Oxygen-Sensor 2020

photo of Dying to Live or Living to Die
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We survive and we thrive because of oxygen. But we are also poisoned slowly and will finally be killed by it. We appeared, as a child of oxygen. We are one of the most sophisticated crafts from the long evolutionary process, receiving many benefits from oxygen. But we are still under the control of it. The nerve cells in the human body are indivisible and regenerable. Some researchers believe that nerve cells in the human body can live for 150 years, which means that the ideal life span of a person is 150 years , but the ROS(reactive oxygen species) by-products from our daily respiration can damage DNA, RNA, proteins, and lipids in our cells, and the elevated intracellular oxidative stress level restrains the cell from DNA repair and ROS scavenging. As a result, aging and death happen. This theory is called the free-radical theory of aging.
ROS and oxidative stress are also thought to be related to many human diseases, like Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, depression, autism, certain cardiovascular disease, and some age-related cancers.

In the video a man made by Unity3D is slowly growing up,and he has a life span of 150 years (15Min in video). The other side of the video is connected to a machine made by Arduino and Oxygen-Sensor, which can detect the ROS value on the human chromosome when the audience breathes. Every breath of the audience can shorten the life of the person, hurt the growing human body, and even can quickly kill him.

Exhibition's photo of Dying to Live or Living to Die Exhibition's photo of Dying to Live or Living to Die Exhibition's photo of Dying to Live or Living to Die

3D Modeling: Liang Yujue
Program Developer: Wei Jiafeng




War Story
Super 8mm Black/White Film Transferred to HD 4:3
5 min 25 sec 2020

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"During the World War II,I had no home, no family. Some people offer to buy me as their substitute for military service of Kuomintang. In the battlefield, I hid in the bunkers in the most of the daytime and shot to the sky from time to time. I spend every sceond in hiding myself to get alive. At night, I seize every chance to run away. There were several times I actually made it. I continuously re-replacing others as a soldier every time I got back. Hence I have been a soldier already for six times. I never shot anyone, nor got shot.
Until the end of the war, not even any gunshot wound can be found on me physically."
           ────── A story from my grandfather

I appropriated a poetic film technique from the Germany Super 8 filmmaker Helga Fanderl to shoot a scene that my grandfather told me about his life during wartime I've heard hundreds of thousands of times in my childhood. Under the poetic language of the camera, it shows my grandfather relishing his war stories. Here now, war is no longer a symbol of cruelty.

Exhibition's photo of warstory

Production Designer: Liang Yujue
Assistent Production Manager: Liang Guan
Key Grip Support: Helga Fanderl
Camera: Liang Yujue
Editor: Liang Yujue

Thanks: Helga Fanderl

Archives Support : Federal Archives Germany
Technical support : ANDEC Filmtechnik




The Nocturnal Bottleneck
One-channel video installation (color/sound HD)
11 min 22 sec 2019

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The nocturnal bottleneck was used as a scientific hypothesis describing placental mammals, which was proposed by Gordon Lynn Walls in 1942. These species could survive only by avoiding daytime activity during times in which dinosaurs were the dominant taxon, it was only after the extinction of the dinosaurs that mammals started exploring the daylight. In 2018, a new study by Kaitlyn Gaynor from University of Berkeley published in Science found that mammals are becoming more nocturnal in response to human activity, and we are creating a more nocturnal natural world.

This video demonstrates a human fictional evolution in Chronobiology that humans possess night vision just as mammals- to see in the dark fairly well, and a lawyer was found seeking for wolves in the forest at night. The image of the lawyer comes from the famous French jurist Bartholomew Chassenée in the 14th and 15th centuries. In 1510, Bartholomew Chassenée successfully defended the mice that had been brought to court by local farmers in Autun.
This world is brimming with things that humans considered to be at their mercy. In the meanwhile however a natural desire to seek balance and harmony with ecology interiorized in mankind from the beginning of creation. This short film offers a night entry into the nocturnal natural ecological landscape composed of harmonious and psychedelic philosopher's river, elegant and mysterious nocturnal animals and the fictional and absurd new forms of humanity, pulsating in time.

Exhibition's photo of The Nocturnal Bottleneck

Production Designer: Liang Yujue
Assistent Production Manager: Zhang Wanyu
Performer: Lukas Pürmayr
Camera: Liang Yujue
Assistant prop: Manfred Groll
Costume&Make up: Zhang Wanyu
Text support:Wang Mengyue, Chen Ling

Editor: Liang Yujue
Colorist: Liang Yujue
Voice casting: Lukas Pürmayr
Key Grip Support: Heike Baranowsky






Dilution
One-Channel Video Installation (Color/Sound 4K)
3 Min 26 Sec 2022

Ξ Go further


Exhibition's photo of Dilution
Exhibition's photo of Dilution
Exhibition's photo of Dilution


56-75 Decibel Ver.1
Three-channel video installation(color/sound HD)
4 min 8 sec 2021

Ξ Go further


Exhibition's photo of 56-75 Decibel
Exhibition's photo of 56-75 Decibel
Exhibition's photo of 56-75 Decibel


56-75 Decibel Ver.2
Fifteen NFT Video on Opensea (color/sound HD)
30-40 sec 2021

NFTs of 56-75 Decibel
Ξ Go further

Exhibition's photo of 56-75 Decibel
Exhibition's photo of 56-75 Decibel
Exhibition's photo of 56-75 Decibel
Exhibition's photo of 56-75 Decibel
Exhibition's photo of 56-75 Decibel


Dying to Live or Living to Die, with Oxygen
Interactive Installation
Monitor, Arduino with Oxygen-Sensor 2020

photo of Dying to Live or Living to Die
Ξ Go further

Exhibition's photo of Dying to Live or Living to Die
Exhibition's photo of Dying to Live or Living to Die
Exhibition's photo of Dying to Live or Living to Die


War Story
Super 8mm Black/White Film Transferred to HD 4:3
5 min 25 sec 2020


Ξ Go further




The legend data of pale male
Panoramic photo print on inkjet transparency film 670cm x 130cm
PLC 3D Printing 45cm x 42cm
Installation 2021

Exhibition's photo of the pale male Exhibition's photo of the pale male


Green Soup
Two-Channel Video Installation (Color/Sound HD) 4:3
8 min 36 sec 2021


Ξ Go further

Exhibition's photo of Green Soup
Exhibition's photo of Green Soup
Exhibition's photo of Green Soup
Exhibition's photo of Green Soup


Alge
Photos 2020

photo of Alge
Exhibition's photo of Alge


The Nocturnal Bottleneck
One-channel video installation (color/sound HD)
11 min 22 sec 2019


Ξ Go further



Copyright © 2021 Liang Yujue. All Rights Reserved.

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56-75 Decibel Version 1

Three-channel Video Installation(Color/Sound HD)
4 Min 8 Sec 2021


Acoustic Vehicle Alert System (AVAS) is a sound device now commonly installed in alternative fuel vehicles. It simulates the noise emitted by gasoline and diesel car engines when they are running to give the pedestrians outside an appropriate warning sound. Countries around the world have incorporated the requirement that "all alternative fuel vehicles must be equipped with AVAS" into regulations, and further require that "AVAS must emit continuous noise of 56-75 decibels when alternative fuel vehicles are running". In order to promote innovation, brand competitiveness and users’ driving pleasure, automobile manufacturers around the world are working with artists and sound engineers to create simulation sound waves on AVAS and to define and create a brand-new street’s sound scene that is completely different from our previous auditory experience.  

This surround installation consists of 3 screens and 6 loudspeakers, on which video portraits of 15 blind children are successively displayed, recording their reactions when they first heard AVAS simulation sound waves. The accompanying sound installation is further edited from simulation sound waves created by the car manufacturer, with reference to each blind child's live feedback.  The video attempts to explore how our cognition and experience are formed in the perception of images and sounds.  The project also attempts to raise the question of whether these simulation sounds can be used by real blind people?

Acknowledgements:

Zhao Jingru, Zhu Bowen, Yin Dingzhuo, Wu Huimin, Ji Dexiang, Wu Jianyu, Li Jingde, Gong Yujie, Zhou Yuyan, Ma Mengyao, Liu Beibei, Wang Shufan, Xie Zihan, Chao Yuxuan, Liu Dexu, Su Yulu, Lin Gaoli, Hui Daiwen, Jin Shengjie, Sun Ancheng, Shi Yuyang, Yin Xianghong, Yang Jingrui, Lu Yiming, Wang Jiawei, Sun Yali


Production Designer: Liang Yujue
Assistent Production Manager: Liang Guan
Associate Producer: Zhang Qiang
Assistant Director: Duan Yimei, Wang Hui
Camera: Liang Yujue
Gaffer: Liang Guan
Set Manager:Liang Guan, Wang Hui
Sound Recording: Duan Yimei

Editor: Liang Yujue
Colorist: Liang Yujue
Postproduction Sound: Dominic Jähner
Re-recording/Sound Editor: Dominic Jähner
Key Grip Support: Zhang Wanyu

Supported by:
Hefei Special Education Center 合肥特殊教育中心


Written, directed and produced by Liang Yujue

All rights reserved © Liang Yujue

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56-75 Decibel Version 2

Fifteen NFT Video on Opensea (color/sound HD)
30-40 sec 2021


Video portraits of 15 blind children's NFT on display at Opensea, show their reactions when they first heard AVAS' simulation sound waves. The video attempts to explore how our cognition and experience are formed in the perception of images and sounds. This project also attempts to raise the question of whether these simulation sounds can be used by real blind people? 
We created our own soundtrack for each blind child's NFT through recombining and re-editing the simulation sound waves they heard from the car manufacturers and their unique feedback received in the field.








NFT Film Editor: Liang Yujue
NFT Sound Editor: Zhou Dong

Supported by:
Hefei Special Education Center 合肥特殊教育中心

Written, directed and produced by Liang Yujue
All rights reserved © Liang Yujue














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NFTs of 56-75 Decibel
NFTs of 56-75 Decibel
NFTs of 56-75 Decibel
NFTs of 56-75 Decibel
NFTs of 56-75 Decibel

Go to OpenSea for NFTs >>


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" Green soup " is a nickname some scientists give to a water body when algal blooms occur. The soup is green because it is filled with one of the most ancient microorganisms: cyanobacteria. Cyanobacteria are the origin of oxygen in the early earth’s atmosphere. During the oxygen building-up process, the majority of early anaerobic organisms became extinct as they were not able to handle the oxygen metabolism’s toxic by-products: reactive oxygen species (ROS). Scientists believe that the accumulation of ROS in cells might act as a selective pressure for the evolution of higher life. ROS is not only harmful to anaerobic organisms, but also to us. The accumulation of ROS in cells is believed to be related with many human diseases, aging and death.

This video consists of two parts. One part describes the history of cyanobacteria consumption. The earliest record of cyanobacteria use was found in the Aztec Civilization, from more than three hundred years ago. Nowadays, certain species of cyanobacteria have become widely known as the superfood. In space research, cyanobacteria are also considered as a potential food supplement during space travel.The other part of the video connects the ancient longevity ritual, face painting, and modern anti-aging cosmetics containing micro-algae.

With the development of science and technology, we have entered what is called the Anthropocene by geologists. But we are still afraid of death, meanwhile, more obsessed with pursuing vigor and life.






Production Designer: Liang Yujue
Assistent Production Manager: Zhang Wanyu
Performer: Sun Xintong
Performance Support: Guo Yida
Theories Support: Wei Wang, Wang Zhen
Camera: Liang Yujue
Gaffer: Guo Yida
Prop Maker: Guo Zhichao
Costume & Make up: Wang Zixu, Zhang Wanyu, Tang Jia
Set Manager:Wang Mengyue, Chen Ling, Lu Yaodong
Equipments Support: Louis Fried

Editor: Liang Yujue
Colorist: Liang Yujue
Postproduction Sound/Sound Editor: Zhou Dong

Algae Supported by:
Healthalgae Sweden AB


Written, directed and produced by Liang Yujue

All rights reserved © Liang Yujue









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We survive and we thrive because of oxygen. But we are also poisoned slowly and will finally be killed by it.

We appeared, as a child of oxygen. We are one of the most sophisticated crafts from the long evolutionary process, receiving many benefits from oxygen. But we are still under the control of it. The nerve cells in the human body are indivisible and regenerable. Some researchers believe that nerve cells in the human body can live for 150 years, which means that the ideal life span of a person is 150 years , but the ROS(reactive oxygen species) by-products from our daily respiration can damage DNA, RNA, proteins, and lipids in our cells, and the elevated intracellular oxidative stress level restrains the cell from DNA repair and ROS scavenging. As a result, aging and death happen. This theory is called the free-radical theory of aging.
ROS and oxidative stress are also thought to be related to many human diseases, like Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, depression, autism, certain cardiovascular disease, and some age-related cancers.

In the video a man made by Unity3D is slowly growing up,and he has a life span of 150 years (15Min in video). The other side of the video is connected to a machine made by Arduino and Oxygen-Sensor, which can detect the ROS value on the human chromosome when the audience breathes. Every breath of the audience can shorten the life of the person, hurt the growing human body, and even can quickly kill him.














3D Modeling: Liang Yujue
Program Developer: Wei Jiafeng

All rights reserved © Liang Yujue























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" During the World War II,I had no home, no family. Some people offer to buy me as their substitute for military service of Kuomintang. In the battlefield, I hid in the bunkers in the most of the daytime and shot to the sky from time to time. I spend every sceond in hiding myself to get alive. At night, I seize every chance to run away. There were several times I actually made it. I continuously re-replacing others as a soldier every time I got back. Hence I have been a soldier already for six times. I never shot anyone, nor got shot.
Until the end of the war, not even any gunshot wound can be found on me physically."
                      ────── A story from my grandfather

I appropriated a poetic film technique from the Germany Super 8 filmmaker Helga Fanderl to shoot a scene that my grandfather told me about his life during wartime I've heard hundreds of thousands of times in my childhood. Under the poetic language of the camera, it shows my grandfather relishing his war stories. Here now, war is no longer a symbol of cruelty.







Production Designer: Liang Yujue
Assistent Production Manager: Liang Guan
Key Grip Support: Helga Fanderl
Camera: Liang Yujue
Editor: Liang Yujue

Thanks: Helga Fanderl
Archives Support : Federal Archives Germany
Technical support : ANDEC Filmtechnik

All rights reserved © Liang Yujue













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The nocturnal bottleneck was used as a scientific hypothesis describing placental mammals, which was proposed by Gordon Lynn Walls in 1942. These species could survive only by avoiding daytime activity during times in which dinosaurs were the dominant taxon, it was only after the extinction of the dinosaurs that mammals started exploring the daylight. In 2018, a new study by Kaitlyn Gaynor from University of Berkeley published in Science found that mammals are becoming more nocturnal in response to human activity, and we are creating a more nocturnal natural world.

This video demonstrates a human fictional evolution in Chronobiology that humans possess night vision just as mammals- to see in the dark fairly well, and a lawyer was found seeking for wolves in the forest at night. The image of the lawyer comes from the famous French jurist Bartholomew Chassenée in the 14th and 15th centuries. In 1510, Bartholomew Chassenée successfully defended the mice that had been brought to court by local farmers in Autun.
This world is brimming with things that humans considered to be at their mercy. In the meanwhile however a natural desire to seek balance and harmony with ecology interiorized in mankind from the beginning of creation. This short film offers a night entry into the nocturnal natural ecological landscape composed of harmonious and psychedelic philosopher's river, elegant and mysterious nocturnal animals and the fictional and absurd new forms of humanity, pulsating in time.







Production Designer: Liang Yujue
Assistent Production Manager: Zhang Wanyu
Performer: Lukas Pürmayr
Camera: Liang Yujue
Assistant prop: Manfred Groll
Costume&Make up: Zhang Wanyu
Text support:Wang Mengyue, Chen Ling

Editor: Liang Yujue
Colorist: Liang Yujue
Voice casting: Lukas Pürmayr
Key Grip Support: Heike Baranowsky

Written, directed and produced by Liang Yujue

All rights reserved © Liang Yujue













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In 1961, John F. Kennedy created the national fallout shelter system. In 1962, as the Cuban Missile Crisis began, the number of nuclear shelters in the United States multiplied. Tens of thousands of shelters were built in New York City alone throughout the Cold War. In reality, most fallout shelters would do nothing to safeguard people from an actual bomb. The national fallout shelter system was, in a sense, a government policy to appease people's fears about nuclear war.
The Cold War is long over. However, you can still see faded FALLOUT SHELTER signs as remnants of the war on many buildings in New York City. Influenced by the Cold War and the nuclear threat, between 1950s and 1960s many science fiction horror films related to nuclear war were produced. The Theremin was closely associated with these types of films, with its strange and disturbing electronic sound.

This video captures Theremin player Alexander Hippert inside an abandoned fallout shelter in Manhattan, New York, responding to the well-known mantra in the scientific community:“the best solution to pollution is dilution”with the sound of the Theremin, again and again.This mantra is more of a summary of general approaches to major kinds of pollution that have been used for a long time, and of course, nuclear pollution is included.
The mantra echoes in the long narrow fallout shelter, along with the sound of the Theremin. A sense of insecurity followed and came to people, just as it came with nuclear weapons. During the Cold War, people were faced with the crisis of imminent nuclear attack, and today we are faced with the accidental disasters and pollution of nuclear power plants. This kind of fear and anxiety has never subsided, nor can it be diluted over time.









Production Designer: Liang Yujue
Theremin Performance: Alexander Hippert
Music & Post production/Sound Mixing: Alexander Hippert
Audio Recording: James Cronier
Camera: Amelia Wyeth Ponirakis
Set Design: Quentin Qiao


Thanks: Lucy Deng
Supported By: SUNY Purchase
Written, directed and produced by Liang Yujue

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