I made the 1 minute film with characters from The Lunatics universe to be projected across three windows at the Peale Museum in Baltimore. I drew this to have the short story unfold in three panels, like a moving comic/cartoon.
This turned out as well as I hoped it would. The short narrative unfolds over the three panels. Super cool!
Three of my animations are looping in the front window of Maryland Art Place this week. I’ve been really looking forward to doing some public projection pieces. I’m very grateful for this window of opportunity!
I am very fortunate to have been included in the Supernova Silent Screen festival hosted by the Denver Digerati in, well, Denver. I made a specially cropped version of Brood X just for this festival. And then added music and some other scenes, which is the version I’ve linked to in this sentence.
Brood X will be shown on screen 6. From their website:
A brand new screen in 2021, the 15th and Champa location is a super high pixel pitch, non-standard format that is close to street level, making it highly visible to anyone passing by. Denver Digerati is very excited to inaugurate this dynamic LED as part of our Silent Screen program in 2021.
I won’t make it out there to see this in person, but the organizers were kind enough to send some pics and footage of this week’s screen test.
I’m very grateful to be a part of this! I hope someone in Denver gets a kick out of this video.