"Clay figures battle their fickle egos and struggle to communicate. They may suffer physical and emotional imperfections but, like humans, they’re in a constant state of transformation. Wielding violence and tenderness, these figures perpetually collide. They sculpt one another and blur the line between destruction and creation. Each collision leaves them forever changed. This stop-motion animation is a celebration of vulnerability, imperfection, and the human capacity for transformation."
About the Director, Erin Pollock
Erin Pollock (b. 1982, Alaska) is an American painter, sculptor, photographer and stop-motion animator based in Brooklyn. She has staged public art projects, including commissions for Seattle Art Museum, Microsoft, Ford Motor Company, City of Anchorage, and City of Seattle. She has exhibited in Anchorage, Beijing, Brooklyn, Buenos Aires, Cannes, Florence, London, LA, Lima, Mexico city, NYC, Seattle, and Seoul. Her films have screened in festivals including: Cannes Short Film Corner, Harlem International Film Festival, LA Femme Film Festival, Portland Film Festival, Unrestricted View Film Festival, and Bumbershoot.