This is my graduation final piece. Again like a lot of my work it hints at theories of identity, gender and difference. Mostly it links to the concept of the gaze and voyeurism. We gaze at faces in everyday life so I made this piece to represent that. However, I aim to let the viewer gather their own thoughts about the work.
This is the second stop-motion animation I created. This is very simple but the item in the video represents Christmas, which is a very important time of year for my family and I. It represents my family, our identities and the tight circle we share especially at Christmas.
This is my first attempt at a stop motion animation piece. There is no meaning behind the work it was just made for technical purposes, so that I could see how I would go about a creation like this. I used kinder surprise toys so as they were the easiest objects to shoot. I hope you enjoy.
A short advert promoting women’s football that my friend created please support her work.
This is the video that inspired me to start working with video and stop-motion animation. I admire this work.
The body says what words cannot.
…it is the imaginary that frees the imagination and gives the psyche the experience of openness and novelty. The imaginary is the element of both daydreaming and poetic creation.
—G. Bachelard. 1942. Extract From. Dictionary of Critical Theory. D. Macey. 2000