“Rêve Sans Titre,” a Stop-Motion Visual Interpretation of Dynamic Cellos

“Rêve Sans Titre,” a Stop-Motion Visual Interpretation of Dynamic Cellos

Stop-motion animation is a technique usually reserved for inanimate objects, but in Rêve Sans Titre it’s put to use beautifully for a human subject. The piece is a visual interpretation of  ”Violoncelles, vibrez!,” a cello piece by composer and cellist Giovanni Sollima. The effects work, and the tasteful-yet-active minimalism are the true standouts here. Like many short films, this piece came out of an art school project by Charlotte Arene, a French artist. Her Vimeo account is the place to go to get your fill of French art school projects (and isn’t that what we really want?).

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