Animate through a series of cadaver slice images on a laptop screen to create these haunting floating bodies. On Street Anatomy:
12:31 is a series of photographs concepted by Croix Gagnon and photographed by Frank Schott. The process of making these haunting images is similar to creating the long-exposure light paintings we’ve all seen become popular over the past few years. The images Croix and Frank managed to capture through this process are other worldly!
The Process: An animation of the sequence of 1,871 male cadaver slices from the Visible Human Project was created. This animation was then played full screen on a laptop and moved through a dark environment while being photographed. The result is a series of ghostly misshapen images of the Visible Human cadaver in space.
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