»Are we smart consumers or just slaves to technology? […] This film is about a woman living in a world controlled almost exclusively by machines, which presents her with conflicts regarding her own needs. Ever since I was a child, I’ve thought about how technology would look in the future, and about all the possibilities it might bring. As well as all the other science-fiction films I watched, it was 2001: A Space Odyssey that inspired me most.« – Minu Park
Minu Park was born in 1988 in South Korea and studied sculpture in Seoul. Since 2018 she has been studying fine art at the Academy of Fine Arts Nuremberg. As well as PAC 9000, in the past two years she has produced two other video works, Dream Makers I and Dream Makers II.