This stop-frame animation is about the main three (deforestation, waste and burning of fossil fuels) causes of climate change and how what can be done to be more sustainable and environmentally friendly.
This animation is made in a sustainable way: everything used in the making are reduced and/or recycled.
This animation was inspired by my research project. I decided on my topic for my dissertation (more information below) and my practical work, in order to create awareness and provoke action towards climate change and saving the planet. I always say “anyone can make a difference” thus my medium id stop frame animations.
I created a research report titled Burnt Toast, that uses environmental ethics theory and climate change realities to form a thorough investigation between the relationship of the film industry and climate change, mainly focusing on the filmmaking process and how it influences climate change. This report includes an examination of how climate change impacts the film industry.
Experimental claymation of the African folk tale, The Hidden Husband: A San tribe is performing a healing dance in their village. The woman playing drums while the men dancing around the fire plays musical instruments. The tribe, standing around the fire, pray to the gods to heal them. The fire growing into a fox, is greeted by a Oryx skull offering. Touching the sacred animal skull the fox becomes a hand.
The soil is my Habitat
This stop motion short, is about a man traveling through the a forest representing the three levels of wisdom: Reflective, Affective and Cognitive. The only way that the man can reach the next area of the forest, he needs to prove to the objects he has reached the next level of wisdom. When he completed all levels of wisdom he becomes worthy and becomes one with nature. This is the only way we can protect the planet again climate change, by being one with nature and having the wisdom to understand that everything is connected.