Split



Sono Sanctus worked on the audio for this piece.

'As a sound designer I often say that great animations are musical. They have meter, melody and texture embedded within them and my job is to draw out those musical qualities and to give them voice. This project was a more drastic experiment in that way of working. I approached the film with no tempo or meter, instead followed the lead of the visuals and unearthed the beats within them.

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Throughout our lives, we often inspire undue stress and anxiety by viewing our existence with a “dualistic mind.” We create a world of private duality, a world that is limited to fixed or black and white thinking. We do this because it gives us a (false) sense of security and control over life’s uncertainties. The dualistic mind tricks us into thinking we have this “life” thing figured out, and we don’t have to struggle and search anymore.

Throughout our lives, we often inspire undue stress and anxiety by viewing our existence with a “dualistic mind.” We create a world of private duality, a world that is limited to fixed or black and white thinking. We do this because it gives us a (false) sense of security and control over life’s uncertainties. The dualistic mind tricks us into thinking we have this “life” thing figured out, and we don’t have to struggle and search anymore.'


By: Lisa
Posted: Mon 6th Feb 2017

Tags: Motion, animation, colour, divide, music, SFX, split

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