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MARY SHELLEY'S FRANKENSTEIN RE-ANIMATED

On April 4th, 2019, in celebration of the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley’s immortal gothic horror novel and feminist text, USC came alive with a multimedia, interactive and live performance extravaganza.

Under a dark and drizzling sky, spectators watched as animated digital projections transformed Doheny Library’s exterior into a vibrant, electronic canvas for re-telling the original story of Frankenstein. Under the direction of digital artists Akiko Yamashita, Yo-Yo Lin, and numerous USC faculty, more than a hundred USC students working in different disciplines –animation, interactive media, music, theatre, dance, art and design, and architecture– collaborated to re-animate Mary Shelley’s enduring classic in stunning fashion.

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RESPONSIBLE FOR

 

Liquid experimental time-lapse filming

(full live event video from 08:43 to 09:13)

for 

MARY SHELLEY'S FRANKENSTEIN RE-ANIMATED

THE MAKING-OF

"The final form of MAD GOD isn't the film itself, but the memory after you watch it. It's bringing you to that moment just after waking up from a dream, frozen, exploring fragments of your feral mind before they fade back into the shadows. That's the moment. MAD GOD is just a way to get you there." - Phil Tippett

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