Sunday, September 20, 2009

La Souris

So, last year I created an animation, William Kentridge style, using pencil, blue tack and pieces of text on paper. It's about a mouse (made of lines), and a cat (made of text), and their jolly meeting one day, all to the tune of Terk in Amerika, by Clozet Klezmer (used with permission). It took two and a half days of solid drawing - all for under a minute's worth of animation - but it was so worth it! And I am very, very excited to be finally able to put it up on the web, not using you-tube. Do enjoy.

4 comments:

  1. Hey Jems it's Bill (Burns Brown). Your work is some pretty powerful stuff and that animation is just beautiful. I am really impressed. What are you up to nowadays apart from making lovely things?

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  3. Bill! I haven't seen you or your family for ages! I'm studying a double degree, actually, Fine Arts/Arts at COFA majoring in painting and French. I'm in third year of a four year course, and will finish the Fine arts part this year - so if you're in Sydney around the end of November look out for the COFA annual exhibition, which runs from the 23rd-29th. Hope to see you guys at some point in the near future and catch up!

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  4. Great stuff Jemima, It's Lucy Scott by the way. You're on the internet now! Next stop international fame! Bring it on! That was great, really funny.

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