Wheel of Life
A zoetrope is a device that produces the illusion of motion from a rapid succession of static pictures. Often referred to as the Wheel of Life, we were inspired to tell the story of one zoetrope in particular, that one night came to life. All filmed in camera, the horses on the carousel are spaced to spin in sync with the camera’s frame rate to create the illusion of motion. Each horse is carefully studied to follow the one before it, so that once at speed they appear to be galloping. The zoetrope was filmed surrounded by a multitude of smaller carousels, all hand made for The Makerie Studio’s New York launch.
WHEEL OF LIFE
A film by André Gidoin & The Makerie Studio. Filmed and edited over two weekends in New York. Paper Art and Set Design by The Makerie Studio. Directed and Edited by André Gidoin. "Perpetuum" Written, arranged and performed by Marcus Loeber. Used with permission by Billibaberecords c & p 2014 Taken off the forthcoming album "Emancipation" by Marcus Loeber. The Makerie Studio represented by Sarah Laird & Good Company.