Alan Tsz-wai Kwan began making experimental sci-fi films in primary school. His fascination with memory and consciousness continued in university, where he produced works in various media exploring the relationship between memory and reality. In 2011, before Google Glass was available to the public, Kwan started a ‘lifelogging’ practice by constructing his own video glasses and documenting one and a half years of his daily life. He then digitised and transferred the content into a video game system that enabled viewers…
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