The introduction uses time-lapse to explore the texture of rapid deployment.
This scene recorded the photo's motion being blackened by a heat gun
in the time-lapse of the camera. The camera's point of view is focused
on the center of the flower and shows that it burns all over. It intended
to show condolences for death by expressing death,
the meaning of chrysanthemum flowers.

The texture of the letters in this texture study stimulates the emotions of the screen.
I drew all the alphabet with a magic pen to emphasize the effect of typography.
The alphabet was re-combined with the keywords of comfort women.
The combined textured letters appeal to the meaning of the word to the audience.
The texture typography used for the poster, like the screen, can also get closer
to the meaning of the audience's words.

The symbolic function allows us to estimate the meaning by looking at the image expressed
on the object rather than on any shape or form of the object's symbol and communicate
the meaning with the public. Typography aims to elicit certain emotions and convey
specific messages as a symbol. The meaning is more emphasized in the delivered message.
The texture in typography in poster or motion graphics appeals to the reader visually.

Collage begins with a wrinkled image to express a static image in motion. Torn images overlap through movement to open a hidden story. Such a strategy is usually used to help the audience understand the image's facts through unexpected activities. Each image overlaps with the photomontage method and delivers a message to the audience as a visual language—interesting movement recorded in reverse order.

Each sequence starts the same as the form of the Japanese flag, which is symbolic.
The Japanese flag's form begins various objects and shapes
of the comfort women’s story for each sequence to inform the audience.
The meaning of the red circle in the Japanese flag is the starting point of
victim history. The red circle appears to be various objects of the metaphor
and narrative the history in each scene.

Resources / Links
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comfort_women
  • https://comfortwomenaction.org
  • http://www.hermuseum.go.kr/eng/mainPage.do
  • https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/29/obituaries/kim-bok-dong-dead.html
  • https://thediplomat.com/2018/06/why-the-comfort-women-issue-still-matters-70-years-later/
  • https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/campaigns/2015/09/70-years-on-comfort-women-speak-out-so-the-truth-wont-die/
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Statue_of_Peace
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peace_Monument_of_Glendale