Some Graphic Sex, Heavy Drinking, Bloody Violence, And Dirty Language: Seven One-minute Feature-like Films About Seoul 
Seoul-based art collaborative Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries (composed of Young-hae Chang/Korea and Marc Voge/USA) is known for its innovative and anarchic video works that exist at the nexus of visual art and digital literature; their iconic style recognizable on the Internet and in museums around the world. Commissioned by TIFF to create an installation inspired by the Festival’s City to City spotlight on Seoul, this intervention-like, seven-part installation will maximize TIFF Bell Lightbox’s state-of-the-art technology as it is intermittently exhibited on monitors in the atrium and projected onto the wall above the box office, with its bilingual prologue running along the ticker tape on the building’s façade.
Spanning the dark and pulpy to the factual yet outlandish, this septet of feature-like, one-minute films will test the viewer’s knowledge of the Korean capital, and of Korean cinema itself.
Presented at TIFF Bell Lightbox, Reitman Square, 350 King Street West. Exhibited daily, September 4 to 14.