Zero Space by Paul Trickett
Today’s featured artist is animator Paul Trickett, whose film for Random Acts North was inspired by how architects in Mayan culture used space.
Paul’s unsettling short film re-imagines zero space – the transitional place between the interior and exterior – as a house between the conscious and unconscious mind.
Paul is an animator and filmmaker whose work tends to draw from the dark and the surreal. Working primarily in computer animation, he is always looking for new techniques to create images.
For Zero Space he used a combination of motion capture, 2D animation and projection onto miniature sets which were then filmed and digitally manipulated.