Geometrical and Hysterical!
Ginjas tries to turn the TV on, but the Small Birds’ curiosity and turmoil constantly interfere with the broadcast. The notions of shadow and projection, metamorphosis and pictogram come into play.
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Ginjas is approached by a constantly changing curved line, that morphs into a succession of animals. The notions of blot, full and empty, suggestion and synthesis of forms are explored.
Trace and Contour
Ginjas and the Large Bird get in a fight and steal each other their contour lines. Through the shatter and reconstruction of forms the opposite notions of line and blot, interior and exterior, full and empty, are presented.
Ginjas experiments with vowels and struggles with the echo effect, that always returns a distorted version of the sound. Metaphors are explored, as well as variants of typographic plays, and the notion of upper and lowercase.
Ginjas decides to free the Small Birds, treated as small prisoners by the Large Bird. In his attempt to make this well-intentioned endeavour real, the cinematographic notions of in- and out-of-field, travelling and continuity are explored.
Ginjas decides to play a musical excerpt on the piano, but is successively sabotaged by the Small Birds, that prefer other instruments. The notions of metamorphosis and synesthaesia regarding the sound-image relation come into play.
A mirror where Ginjas sees himself reflected triggers a fight between the series characters. The notions of distortion, whole and part, construction and reconstruction, perspective and vanishing point, are explored.
The Large Bird steals Ginjas’ snack, but his gluttony turns him into an amorphous creature. Through the allergic mutations of his body, the notions of addition, subtraction, and multiplication of forms are explored.
Ginjas tries to sleep, but is constantly interrupted by the Small Birds and the Large Bird. Through their sleepy perceptions the notions of sound metaphor, and in- and out-of-field are presented.
Ginjas decides to pick fruit from trees, but by using stilts he causes the screen to divide. The notions of different readings, gravity, and instability are explored, as well as the cinematographic notions of scale of plans and continuity.
Ginjas collides into the frame line that closes on him and traps him. He has to tackle the Small Birds that play with the elastic forms of his body, exploring notions of plasticity and transformation, geometrisation and abstraction.
Ginjas finds himself incapable of spending a decent end of afternoon. In a neutral set that suggests a flat by small graphic hints, the notions of invisibility and suggestion, subtraction and synthesis, are explored.