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‘What’s He Building in There?’: watch this 3D projection by Klip Collective that’s being featured at this year’s Sundance Film Festival [VIDEO]

We’ll admit it: we can’t get enough of Klip Collective‘s hypnotizing, otherworldly 3D projection mapping installations. The Northern Liberties production shop did the light effects at this fall’s Switched On Garden event and the projections for Temple Made Live. Its latest work, a piece called “What’s He Building In There?” based off the Tom Waits […]

A still from "What's He Building In There?" featured at Sundance. Photo from klip.tv/blog
A still from "What's He Building In There?" featured at Sundance. Photo from klip.tv/blog

A still from “What’s He Building In There?” featured at Sundance. Photo from klip.tv/blog

We’ll admit it: we can’t get enough of Klip Collective‘s hypnotizing, otherworldly 3D projection mapping installations.

The Northern Liberties production shop did the light effects at this fall’s Switched On Garden event and the projections for Temple Made Live. Its latest work, a piece called “What’s He Building In There?” based off the Tom Waits song, is currently being featured at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah. We’ll let the teaser video speak for itself, but we’ll note that the 16-minute piece features the stop-motion of a cow tongue, according to Klip staffer Steven Rivera.

Klip will also be back at Sundance next year, Rivera said.

Catch a teaser of the piece below. Get some behind the scenes photos on Klip’s blog, and read a review here (it even caught the eye of Roger Ebert!).

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“What’s He Building In There?” Sundance 2013 New Frontier documentation from Klip Collective on Vimeo.

Companies: Klip Collective

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