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Peter Jessien Laugesen

MA work

An observation on human alteration of nature: through a symbolic and experimental approach, though not without a certain linear direction, I attempt to portray a story about this subject.


The film depicts usual phenomena in an unusual way; it is executed without direct human images, only images where humans have had an effect on the subject shown. The sound is aimed to apply a different understanding. The order of the images has been decided after their initial creation, fitting the scenes together like a filmic puzzle.


I work in video, digital manipulation and also various animation techniques.


Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Communication

    Programme

    MA Animation, 2011

  • An observation on human alteration of nature: through a symbolic and experimental approach, though not without a certain linear direction, I attempt to portray a story about this subject.


    The film depicts usual phenomena in an unusual way; it is executed without direct human images, only images where humans have had an effect on the subject shown. The sound is aimed to apply a different understanding. The order of the images has been decided after their initial creation, fitting the scenes together like a filmic puzzle.


    I work in video, digital manipulation and also various animation techniques.


  • Degrees

  • BA (Hons), Animation, University for the Creative Arts, 2009
  • Experience

  • Work Experience, Bermuda Shorts, London, 2008; Film Editing (for an artist), London, 2010
  • Exhibitions

  • Cortoons International Animation Festival, Rome, Italy, 2009; Karratu Short Film Competition, Basauri-Bizkaia International Animated Film Festival, Bilbao, Spain, 2009; Inferno, Cortesonici Short Film Festival, Cortesonici, Italy, 2009; The King and The Minotaur , King's Cross, curated by Wignall & Moore, London, 2011
  • Awards

  • Runner-up, Best Student Film, Canterbury AniFest, 2008