As I've dabbled in sculpture, I've become particularly fascinated by interior spaces of wood. Any time a cut is made through wood, we get a snapshot of the inside, but we rarely get to see any continuity between these spaces.
This video is a journey through the interior of about 3' of a log. For each of the 113 frames, a physical cross section of wood was cut off (in a long, sawdusty, painful process). "Journey Through a Log" is the resulting stop motion.
This project is a part of my thesis, "Shifting Perspectives." More related projects on my blog here: blog.curiousimagery.com/category/exploits/shifting-perspectives-thesis-project/
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