Modern Times Forever
The Longest Film Ever Made
Modern Times Forever (Stora Enso Building, Helsinki). A film about what would happen to the Stora Enso building as an architectural and ideological symbol over the next few thousands of years, if only time would affect the building.
The film was first time shown in Helsinki Market Square on a 40m2 LED screen, so that one could see the original building simultaneously with the building in the film. The film lasted ten days, i.e. the work lasted as long as its exhibition period. This continuous exhibition period meant that the film could be watched 24 hours a day for ten days.
Commissioned by IHME Contemporary Art Festival in Helsinki, Finland.
Produced by The Propeller Group (Ho Chi Minh City)