Below are a collection of stop motion animations created using digital collages. They were created frame by frame using Adobe Photoshop. These have been showcased as projections at events such as Steel Rails and Animating Danforth East.
This live animation was created using an opaque projector. It accompanies the music of Toronto’s own Pressgang Mutiny at ArtCave’s Shindig, May 23, 2014. All images were created and animated by ArtCave’s Naz Rahbar and Elfie Kalfakis.
ABSTRACT Yonge Street is a unique urban resource for the City of Toronto. It acts as the central nervous system uniting local, suburban and out-of-town populations with both surface and underground networks. It has transformed to adapt to fluctuating cultural, social climates and urban development projects. Many fragments can be found both within this major … More On Yonge Street
It was such a pleasure being part of Steel Rails again this year. The party returned to it’s roots of hosting on a train this year! The train travelled between stop stations, one being a large dome found in north Waterloo. Here I set up my Witches Tent. The installation was a makeshift tent that hosted … More Steel Rails 2017
This is a collaborative piece created with artist Lily Swain investigating the frameworks necessary for academic success and personal growth present in traditional instructional models of education as induction versus an unconventional model of education as transformation. The piece is divided into three parts. The first involving an exploration of traditional one room school … More [De]Constructing the School
From Cave Art to Art Cave This project was completed in collaboration with Naz Rahbar and the community surrounding Toronto’s ArtCave. As artists and educators we wereinterested in alternative settings for ART, and the role it plays in society, in our communities, and in our lives as human beings. Our project focused on bridging a gap … More From Cave Art to ArtCave