ATLNACATLS: Ghosts and Monsters
A series of risographs inspired by “Arts of living on a damaged planet: Ghosts and Monsters of the Anthropocene” 2017, University of Minnesota Press.
The series tries, humbly, to absorb the book’s way of thinking, imagining different creatures that live with us now, or in the future and make possible a collective survival in a damaged, capitalist, mad world.
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By the Chebar Canal
An animation commisioned by Peter Schoonenberg for De Wijkgemeente Ontmoetingskerk in Pijnacker and part of a sermon that touched on the presence of the Christian god in animals and other earthlings.
Originally commisioned to Olivia D’Cruz, who adapted a biblical story written by Ezekiel and made the storyboard and whom I helped transform into charcoal animation.
Charcoal animation on the migration of care
Dr. Cara is a fictitious physician who examines parcels sent home by Moldovan migrants in Italy. He examines these parcels with a strange ultra-sono-historiography.
Graduation project about the migration of care