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Artist Abstractly Animates the Transformation of Larva into Butterfly

.P.U.P.A. | THE LARVAL FORM is a mesmerizing work of video art from Miki Nemcek on Vimeo.

The pupa is a short exploration of the colors and shapes inspired by a macro nature. The stage when larva transforms into a butterfly is a biological term. It’s called Pupa. I decided to dive into an endless variety of abstract compositions, forms, and atmospheres. This short film is a result of a hard work in a constantly relaxed mindset that comes naturally with slow and lightly hypnotical movements of the larval bodies. Enjoy this piece with a proper sound in a dark room and let your mind relax.

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