All pictures by: WENT&NAVARRO
It's not often that films bleed off the screen and jump into reality, but in the case of Job, Joris & Marieke's new short, Freeze!, a 3D printer turns 100 frames of a CGI animation into what its creators describe as a "weird string of characters in different poses."
In the film (and resulting installation), a teal creature hops from a piece of paper, runs across a table haphazardly, and eventually dives into a jar on a shelf. "This explains the principles of animation beautifully, without a single bit actually moving," explains the trio. "It is a static installation: a frozen movement. If you look closely, you can figure out what happened on that table."