You’ve changed, weather.

feathers and fluff Moving tiny, delicate and fragile props such as feathers, flowers and leaves on a white canvas, while just one meter away, outdoors, Melbourne’s windy weather is shaking and being very noisy and also rude to all the vegetation still alive (including my lettuce) is such an interesting, scary contrast and makes my work feel very vulnerable right now (therefore more humane). I am finally having a lot of fun with this project, after weeks of frustrating endless issues connected with stop motion animation, macro lenses (every little detail becomes huge) and fluoro lights. I love the tactile feel of the elements, I really enjoy how full of symbols materials can be. It feels like animating a metaphor, intriguing and mysterious yet extremely physical, embodied and daily.