There, After by Sophie Clements

Beautiful stop-motion film of explosions, water falling, and boards collapsing. Reminds me of Roman Signer. The explosion video is the strongest I think.

From Sophie:

There, After began as a series of concentrated discussions and research sessions with particle physicist Elisabetta Pallante and organic chemist Ryan Cheichi. The starting point for this work was ‘Lines of Belonging’. What is it that keeps us, and our physical world together? How do we understand these connections, scientifically, personally?

From the fundamental forces that act on the physical world, to the strength of bonds between human beings, it is these invisible forces or bonds that hold us – as people, as families, as atoms and molecules – together, that this work seeks to explore. To understand and expose the strength of these bonds, There, After shows them in their absence: The breaking of a bond and the moments that follow.”

http://www.sophieclements.com/there-after-13/

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