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visual haiku

ANIMATION  |  2021

This project was made as a part of MA in Illustration at University of Hertfordshire. The idea was inspired by the Japanese form of poetry  'haiku' which focuses on the representation of the present moment.

This short animation divided into three parts is based on the responses from selected interviewees about the moment they were being interviewed. The questions concerned the sensations and emotions the respondents experienced in a brief time period. The replies were then interpreted and translated into a visual language that guides the viewer through other people’s experiences of that particular moment.

 

The objective of this project was to encourage viewers to stop and listen to their senses. I started working on this project by researching meditation techniques as a response to general mental health struggles that many experienced during the pandemic.

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