time / life / clay animation
Tiny little objects that suit a certain purpose and meet other's demands were also something that had their own space and time before they became objects.
Not only the belongings inside one's bag, but also from ballpoint pens, to money, to stones, to trees, to humans, we observe the beings around us in a reflective way and explore the history and circulation of objects. This film, which carefully talks about the origin and disappearance of the object itself, as well as the individuality revealed by the object one possesses, goes a step further and leads to a reflection of life and existence. The variation of delicate and beautiful images are expressed rhythmically through fluid stop motion techniques. [LIM Ohjeong]
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Born in Bucheon, Gyeonggi-do, in 1983. Admitted to Hanseo University in 2002 and graduated with a degree in Motion Graphics in 2006. Currently working at Frame by Frame Animation Studio as a director.
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