for all things possible

Elisabeth Belliveau

2007, 02:01 minutes, colour, English


For all things possible is an imaginative interpretation of everyday events unfolding along a bus ride through a city. Fantastical interventions performed through poetics of daydreaming reveal themselves through this animated sequence. Created by traditional stop motion techniques, employing basic materials such as plasticine and paper, a short narrative unfolds. Themes of longing loss and love are braided throughout the work in forms of landscape and animals. This work is inspired by daily commuting in the city of Montréal, Québec, Canada.

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