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I wrote to you with this typewriter. None of the traces could be erased. Not the printed words, not the stills on 35mm films I took, not the meanings, not the feelings I have for you. They'll never gone.

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Typewriters have a romantic feature compared to the modern computer science or printing technology, that is, what you typed on the paper you cannot erase. As well as to celluloid films, unlike digital cameras which you can take photo whatever and whenever, then simply delete the pictures you don't like, what you framed and exposed on the single frame of film cannot be erased. They leave traces of unduplicable things. For each alphabets I typed, they have their own characters, then composed to a single word. For each photo I took, they were all independent as a picture, when gathered, they represented different discourses.



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