0.2. How long does five minutes look like

“How long does five minutes look like?” is another thinking of the reality that we exactly living in. This project uses a scanning technique called slit-scan, which’s camera and film moving at the same time to create a panoramic picture. What interest me most is while I was using this technique to scan the film about walking through the tunnel, it is equivalent to visualise the time into a panorama. Similarity go with “Four dimensional worm” that GaoMing mentioned in his book “Genius or Psychotic”, which means that in the time we have traveled, we in all spaces exist at the same time. In other words, in the dimension of time, we are like a continuous line in the three-dimensional space, starting at the moment we were born and ending at the present moment. This process is more likely a reasonable association and thinking about the real world.