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A Mysterious Presence in the Forest Grapples with Change in Guldies's Stop-Motion Animation ‘MITOSIS'
12 days ago - By Colossal
In his latest stop-motion animation, Alexander Unger, who works as Guldies , presents an idiosyncratic tale set in a nighttime forest. “ MITOSIS ” follows the transformation of a pine cone into an anthropomorphized log, which in turn morphs into timber, crates, and an idyllic cabin in the woods. Yet an eccentric presence lurks amongst the trees that, frustrated by the changes, confronts their new neighbor and inadvertently prompt the entire cycle to begin again.
“MITOSIS” takes inspiration from the biological process by which a cell produces two identical nuclei in preparation for cell...
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