Therianthropy

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The depiction of a non-conventional, independent and also often inaccessible feminity took on a far more provocative turn in the decadent art of symbolism. In the work of the symbolist artists, female sexuality acquired the forms of alluring yet dangerous nymphs and mysterious and inaccessible sphinxes. This influenced the configuration of the 19th century female figure and to this day still prevails.

The term “Therianthropy” was used to describe spiritual beliefs in animal transformation. The iconic transformation from man and woman to animal is presented across all cultures and times and through the ages the Therianthropy has been assigned also to witchcraft and shamanism.

This pattern it´s inspired by the unapproachable feminity, the mythological creatures and witchcraft (of course).
2014
Berlin

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Qannik (Snowflake)

Qannik

inuksuk

Qannik mom

Qannik Dreaming

Inuksuk before and after

Qannik_mom_village

Animation Project in progress
Character design: Valentina Romero.
3D compositing: Esteban Rivera

Based on a true story that happened in 1930, “Qannik” it´s a science fiction fairy tale animation story set in a Greenland Inuit village with a 9 year old Inuit girl as the protagonist.

Synopsis
Qannik is a girl tired of the always white snow. She thinks that in the snow nothing new ever happens.
In an unexpected day a new friend arrives. Suddenly all the kids from the village have also new friends.
The kids travel far away from the village each night with their new friends. Qannik leads this clandestine walk in the snow.
Each night the destination it´s a light that come from the sky. A light that night after night gets closer to Qannik´s village…

2014-2015
Berlin.