Destroyed Statues, A Bolex 16 mm Camera, and an Old Jeep: The Traces of History in FLAT TYRE
Author(s): Ko, Li-An
Regarding FLAT TYRE as a cinematic work recording destroyed public statues in post-martial law Taiwan, this article explores the images of the statues captured in the film, with a focus on the meta-perspective presented by the director Huang Ming-Chuan to reflect on the creation of the images, and analyses how the film interprets the history of Taiwan with the statues as “raw materials” for the reconstruction of the history.
Ko, Li-An: Destroyed Statues, A Bolex 16 mm Camera, and an Old Jeep: The Traces of History in FLAT TYRE. In: Research in Film and History. Audiovisual Traces (2022), Nr. 4, S. 1–16. DOI: https://doi.org/10.25969/mediarep/18103.
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