Dynamic Loop-Modulating Algorithm is a research project devoted to exploring the accumulation and superposition of natural mountains and rivers. Just as Deleuze mentioned in the book “Difference and Repetition”, the “folds” are in a state of rheology, in the process of deposition of natural rock formations, and the accumulated textures form complex reincarnations. “Folds” refers to a physical presence that escapes reality and moves towards an endless time loop in the future and the past. The stacking of layers of vision and sound shapes the heterogeneous experience and variation in body perception. I used this as the technical and conceptual basis for the construction of visual and auditory experience, and use “superposition” as the basic propositional framework to explore the visible and invisible images in the natural environment, and to expand the boundaries of hearing and vision to experience the landscape that has never disappeared in life.

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