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Studying at NYU's ITP program (interactive telecommunications program), artist Yuli Cai wants more than staying relevant in the fast-pace technology world, but rather using technology to stir up people's emotions and desires to take another look at the natural world and ancient beauty.

In the interview, she talked about her latest work "waterFalse", in which she combined body movements, synth sound and visual projecting on interactive fog screen together, delivering a dream-like performance that sensually bring people back to the ancient times.

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