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Danni Chen (F)
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    Navigating Space: Visual Research
    Project: Emergence and Navigating Space
    My concept is inspired by the recent well-known and powerful internet crime, which is now taking its effects overwhelmingly in Hong Kong, China. This on-going internet terroristic incident was started by a male HK celebrity accidentally leaked his sexual media collection to an computer company. His shocking sexual photos and videos have now been owned and become weapons of a mysterious individual, who named himself KIRA. (KIRA is a name taken from a famous Japanese comic story "Death Notes," where KIRA mysteriously kills criminals.) KIRA is still not arrested or found, while he keeps threatening the HK celebrity community and police by claiming to release more shocking images.

    As watching this matter continues to much further levels, I began to think about how terroristic the internet space can become. When everything seems to be so transparent to the public, nobody knows where the origin really is. It is just like a glass labyrinth.





















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