LEGO of Transfiguration: Abstract Pyramid explores the subject of Zander Jeney transforming into a LEGO version of himself in a LEGO focused art gallery where he is critiqued by several of his classmates. The stop-motion animation showcases the concept that we can be stuck in an art world, that is chaotic, abstract, playful, and yet, scary. The art piece used in the stop-motion animation is entitled the Abstract Pyramid a Bauhaus inspired art piece, which will be superimposed in an abstract representational way along with the LEGO versions of the Byers Gallery and minifigures of me and the likenesses of the subject’s classmates. The subject matter used will convey the idea that we can be stuck in a crazy abstracted art world in a representational way, and able to reconstruct and deconstruct the art world that we live in.
These are test scenes for my animation LEGO of Transfiguration: Abstract Pyramid. Enjoy!
I got the chance to showcase my LEGO Stop-motion animations, whilst having a panel at DrawnCon 2016 at Northeastern University(http://www.drawncon.com/).