Entry for:Species on the Move Video Awards
Forests of the Sea is a stop-motion animation that aims to give an overview of a local science story. It is a visual narrative with simple and short word cues to aid the story-line about the ecological changes and socio-economic consequences associated with the oceanic warming off south-eastern Australia.
The Forests of the Sea stop-motion animation is a Lynchpin Scholarship collaboration between UTAS/IMAS PhD candidates Jorge E. Ramos Castillejos (Mexico) and Felipe Briceño Jacques (Chile) with Dutch artist Malou Zuidema. The animation aims to give an overview about the ecological changes and socio-economic consequences associated with the oceanic warming off south-eastern Australia, in part caused by the strengthening further south of the warm East Australian Current.
3. Additional Details
For a full version of the animation please visit http://www.lynchpin.org.au/our-projects/our-scholars/
For additional details on the making of the animation please visit http://www.malouzuidema.com/#!lynchpin/cxtk