Video 2:00mins (2018)
An adaptation of Albert Camus's novel The Stranger is condensed into four and a half minutes of drama. Meursault, THE protagonist of The Stranger, is a socially marginalized character who appears indifferent to everything, not even THE death of his mother. He insisted on his way of life not to be infected by the society. His attitude violated the rules of the society, and he was judged to death by people on moral grounds. In this play, Meursault's characteristics are in line with those of machine and artificial intelligence. As an independent existence, machine is morally judged by people under anthropocentrism. Meursault's final situation is in line with artificial intelligence to some extent. People are afraid of the eccentric Meursault. In fact, Morsault and artificial intelligence themselves are not at fault, they are born this way, all because they violate the standards of the public and the rules of the society, so people regard them as threats and "outsiders".
The work consists of five parts: Act I (mother's funeral), Act II (love with Mary), Act III (shooting in the sun), Act IV (religious resistance) and the hero Morsault, respectively, correspond to the plot of the novel.Corresponding to the five dynamic device in grid.