Teclópolis: Modernity in Stop Motion

I could­n’t say it much bet­ter than Fes­ti­val­Ge­nius did: This Argen­tine stop motion film (cre­at­ed by Can Can Club) recounts the “strug­gles of an anachro­nis­tic Super 8 cam­era to main­tain rel­e­van­cy in the face of dizzy­ing and over­whelm­ing effects of exces­sive con­sump­tion and waste on an increas­ing­ly plas­tic civ­i­liza­tion.” In 12 min­utes, every­day objects form increas­ing­ly com­plex, almost unimag­in­able land­scapes. A won­der to see. Teclópo­lis was released in 2009.…

via Drag­on Stop Motion

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