This interactive stop-motion animation workshop was installed for the Children’s Museum of the Arts’ Mexican American Festival. Over 2,000 children attended, and were invited to animate with artifacts sourced from The Metropolitan Museum of Art. The animation stations included 3D prints of Pre-Columbian Mexican rattles, sculptures and dolls that kids played with on various interactive backgrounds. For more footage of their creations visit here.
This work was shared at The Metropolitan Museum of Art for the Media Lab Salon 2.0.
To learn more about these artifacts, visit metmuseum.org
- Smiling Figure: 1979.206.1211
- Crocodile Rattle: 1979.206.1143
- Seated Ballplayer: 2005.91.1
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