"Whose Eyes" (2011) Experimental film/video art  Tan Tan

"Whose Eyes" (2011) Experimental film/video art  Tan Tan

Yomi Braester's paper on "Whose Eyes"

"The reality that is not one" in: "The City as Found Footage: The Reassemblage of Chinese Urban Space". (2016)

Yomi Braester is a professor, Byron W. and Alice L. Lockwood Professor in the Humanities, University of Washington.

"‘Whose Eyes’ focuses on the deterioration of collective moral standards. Yet as a video artwork, Tan Tan’s piece foregrounds more explicitly the visual properties of surveillance videos and their effect on perceptions of public space. The direct referential value of the moving image gives way to a mediatised temporal and spatial indexicality that challenges the ethical efficacy of reassemblage."

 
 "Unknown Ritual No.1" (2017) Experimental film/ intermedia art  Tan Tan

"Unknown Ritual No.1" (2017) Experimental film/ intermedia art  Tan Tan

Cao Kai's review on "Unknown ritual No.1"

"From documenting the event, to creating the event, to the live event" (2017)

Cao Kai is the director of China Independent Film Festival (CIFF), and a well-known film/art curator, artist in China.

The review was specially written on the occasion of the premiere of the 30min version film "Unknown Ritual No.1" in China, at Qingdao Independent Film Festival 2017, December, 2017.