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SELF DEFENSE STROKE
2010
BY
JUAN Yung-Han
SELF DEFENSE STROKE
2010
Single-channel video
1'00''
SELF DEFENSE STROKE
2010
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In order to adapt to the defense mechanisms of people's thoughts in society, I imagined a body being able to predict the attacks from an unknown threat, and having a mode that can respond to each of these attacks. When two martial arts experts are fighting each other, there is a strong physical reaction called "Musha Furui". The appearance of this reaction indicates that a fighter’s body and spirit, perceiving and anticipating the comparable power of the opponent, will start trembling with excitement. In my performance, the trembling went beyond the limit. It seemed like a body, overloaded with experience, would destroy itself.

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I am so vulnerable that I can't stop imagine the pictures of myself being attacked. If a phantom limb, a missing part of an individual can create phantom pain, then can one experience phantom pleasure while we install a phantom limb on his/ ...
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JUAN Yung-Han, 2015, Performance Art
JUAN Yung-Han, 2014, Performance Art
JUAN Yung-Han, 2016, Installation Art
JUAN Yung-Han, 2012, Installation Art
JUAN Yung-Han, 2014, Performance Art
JUAN Yung-Han, 2015, Performance Art
JUAN Yung-Han, 2014, Performance Art
JUAN Yung-Han, 2015, Performance Art
JUAN Yung-Han, 2010, Installation Art