“Repetend” is a project developed during the residency period in Cité Internationale des arts. I took portable recorders out to parks, subway stations, streets and other public spaces in Paris and separately made individual recordings in the same place for 24 hours, then condensed the recordings into abstract noises. These "Time-lapse Phonography" soundtracks are the result of condensing 24-hour long files, originally recorded in public and private places in Paris, through a 256 times speed acceleration. They attempt to illustrate the rhythm of place and space, and the variation occurring between urban soundscapes. For the presentation in Jed Voras gallery, the sound comes from the multi-channel installation with the minimal appearance that amplified the condensed field recordings independently. The immersive drone noise shows the rhythms that connect the structure of soundscapes and the footages of the artist’s personal life.