Films : Tulips at Dawn : tools & techniques
The film combines and manipulates archive footage, rostrum camerawork and 2D computer animation.
Diagrams of chemistry apparatus and educational film footage react and combine in this quirky interpretation of a poem by Nobel Laureate Chemist Roald Hoffmann.
The film is an experiment to illustrate how technology changes the way we represent the world, with results that prove ironic and inconclusive.
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