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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