Memory Ruins, 21:51 min.
Memory Ruins is a video essay on the role that the construction and destruction of architecture play in cultural and collective memories. The ruins are traces of political conflict and witnesses to violence.
Ke Huang is a multi-media image maker, born in Wuhan, currently lives in Los Angeles and studies at California Institute of the Arts in MFA Film and Video program. She sees herself as a daydreamer and drifter, a child of the earth. Her works tend to examine the societal issues from an ethnographical perspective as well as to create the sensorial experience. Her interests are but not limited to collective and individual memories, diaspora and colonization.