in class discussion questions on YHCHI

  1. Why has YHCHI deliberately chosen to make their work non-interactive? Or, are they trying to get us to think more expansively about what interactivity is and whether it is as necessarily “good” as we might tend to believe?
  2. Why have they deliberately chosen a clean, even bland and uniform aesthetic for their works? Is there some connection between the content (or the story you watched unfold in “Dakota”) and the form of their work?
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