“Film Muffler”: A knitting animation by Miho Yata • Music by Mie Yanashita.
Miho Yata knit long mufflers like films and made stop motion animations.
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Marilyn maketh, Marilyn taketh awayth.
|A year in the making, the full six minute stopmotion short features the voice of Josie Long, one zillion hand carved tiny things, literally tens of carved foam puppets, two eye fulls of in-camera, long-exposure light trickery and a pair of tiny dolphins, smooching • Directed by Mikey Please.|
Mit einer Tischler-Kantenschleifmaschine wird vom Werkstück (Holz, Walnuss, Trafo, Schädel oder analoger Kamera) immer ein halber Millimeter abgeschliffen und fotografiert.
Aus ca 650 Aufnahmen entsteht ein Kurzfilm von Laurin Döpfner, der die innere Struktur von Natur und Technik gegenüberstellt.
With an edge sander, half a millimeter is sanded off each work piece (wood, walnut, transformer, skull or analogue camera) and photographed. About 650 photos are made into a short film, which contrasts the inner structure of nature and technology.
STOPCYCLE is a series of 25 small scale sculptures, which as an ensemble create a seamless 25 frame animated loop. the work explores changes of form, and sound using repetition through time. the sculptures shapes are organic and layered in form, much like topographical maps. the forms are descriptions of anatomical regions, as well as being formal experiments in geometry and motion. their shapes are infinitely cycling, beginning anew once they end – they can be interpreted as tangible, shapeshifting clocks.
“What is absolute unity?
This is the way, In which the study of One
has the power of drawing and converting the Mind
to the contemplation of True Being.”
Video artist Tobias Stretch has created a new 5-minute animated puppetry, stop- action film inspired by composer Christopher Bono’s choral work, Unity. This extraordinary video was constructed from over ten thousand pictures and created largely outdoors over the long 2013-2014 winter.
A stop motion short directed and animated by Stephanie Dudley. Based on the poem “Homage to the Mineral of Cabbage” by Erín Moure, from her book, Little Theatres.
The film Little Theatres is an interpretation of what Little Theatres are. It is an exploration of layers: layers of space, and layers of words, both spoken and written. The exploration begins and ends with a simple cabbage.
Stop motion is the medium here, showcasing a world of miniature, handmade sets and puppets, that are animated one frame at a time. The film’s voiceover is in the poem’s original language, Galician. Its translation is contained within the film. The English words unfold as graphic elements within the scenes, as the poem is being spoken.
The end of evolution awaits in a wasteland dominated by bizarre trash formations, dust and rock. From the scattered remains of a long forgotten culture an electric ecosystem rapidly evolves into the ultimate form of existence…
The mechanical life form Ohm inhabits a bleak and devastated planet. The thousands of mechanical creatures of this world share a single cycle of energy. In this cycle, Ohm is a rogue element. His nature is to devour and absorb others. When one day a gargantuan foreign object appears in the skies. Drawn in by mysterious creatures of light, the Ohm tracks them across the planet, changing the known order of matter, time and space.
David Lauer`s thesis film from California College of the Arts 2013.