Seashell is a poetry movie of 13 minutes and 16 seconds (2009-2010).

A girl pulls off her socks, answers the phone, touches her feet and says something.

Between continuity and discontinuity, the same action repeats, is interrupted, isolated,

slowed down, slightly or widely changed, is almost watching itself become.

Like a long unspoken conversation with oneself, an intimate need for repetitions seems

to shift and wane. Inspired by the spirit of flip books, it was first the wish of materializing

a theater project into a book but became an animation instead and finally the meeting point

of many wishes. These many wishes include overhead projections, lights, paper rolls, paper

sounds, tenderness, awkwardness, intimacy, rhymes, rhythms, time.

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