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This stop-motion animation is made during the summer of 2021 and I was inspired by adaptations of traditional Tetris games (like 3D Tetris).  For my personal "adaptation", I decided to make Tetris out of both 2D common sprites/icons and 3D common objects. While Tetris is famous for its beauty in geometry, I am curious about how such geometry could be found in daily life. This video also explores new interactions between objects under a Tetris-like setting. (more complex interactions other than simple accumulation and cancellation)

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The first part of the animation was shot frame by frame in Adobe Illustrator (the video plays about 2.5 frames a second) The second part is composed of photos shot on my bedsheet (which has a similar grid pattern as the one in the illustrator)

A screenshot of work progress


This stop-motion animation is also made during the summer of 2021. Through this experimentation, I intend to explore the relationship between digital and real. The video could be apparently viewed as a representation of currency flow in the digital market, as well as a critique of capitalism (countless ads, demands, consumerism-related content on the internet) The form of collage allows me to put together familiar imageries into unfamiliar contexts and shapes in order to create a sense of strangeness. 

Similar to the Tetris video, this animation was shot frame by frame in Adobe Illustrator. However, the frame rate is much faster (at about 7 frames/sec) in order to make the movement of the coin smoother. 

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A screenshot of work progress

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