WAKATTA (1998)

Wakarimashita (わかりました), or the less formal, wakatta (わかった) is Japanese for ‘I understand’ or ‘I get it’ or ‘I see’, and this is a short, playful film where I go between two languages, and use the static camera and separate soundtrack to disaggregate understanding and seeing.

WAKATTA is about the impossibility of knowing. 

Betacam, 4 minutes, Japan.

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