05.03.15 by Prosthetic Knowledge

FREEZE! an adventure in 100 frames

FREEZE!

Installation by design studio Job, Joris & Marieke recreate a 100 frame animation in a physical space. Each frame has been constructed with 3D printing and arranged collectively, illustrating how subjects within the cartoon move and alter over time.

FREEZE!

FREEZE!

FREEZE!

Here is the original animated in CGI form:

The installation is part of an animation exhibition entitled ‘Move ON…!’ currently held at the Kunsthal KAdE in Amersfoort, The Netherlands. You can find out more about the exhibition here.








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