Stop Motion Beograd (2013)

Stop Motion Beograd freezes the motion, erases and covers the marks of life from the picture and then, suddenly, reveals a glimpse of reality.
Audiovisual installation is a study about the city of Belgrade, describing different sides of it, architecture, communication, traffic, humans…
Video combines photography, animation and live footage. Installation includes structures and objects that are reflecting and repeating geometrical shapes and colors that can either be found on the exhibition space or in the video.

Two to three channel vertical HD video, total duration 9 minutes. Stereo audio for the space, duration 10:30 min.

Director / Camera / Animation / Sound: Saana Inari
Made for: Kotka International Video and Electronic Art Festival
Funding: Oskar Öflunds Stiftelse