•Installation• Animation Direction • Concept Development
This is where it all starts: the first animation I have ever done. This project was an assignment for the Form + Content class taught by Matt Harris at the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design. For this assignment, we had to create a charcoal drawing stop-motion inspired by South African artist William Kentridge. Borrowing Kentridge's approach to animation, I depicted the process of abstracting human facial features. The idea is inspired by the evolution of the Chinese language, from the two-dimensional representation of reality to the abstraction of representation, which eventually becomes the language.
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