In A World… Sequential Imaging


In a world of loneliness and isolation, documentary filmmaker DAVEY discovers TILDA – a woman who remembers her past life. However, due to tabloid news outlets butchering her story, she no longer does interviews. DAVEY is intrigued by her and is determined to make a documentary about her. One day, he sets up an “accidental” run – in with TILDA and persuades her to do the documentary with him. She resists at first, but reluctantly agrees after realizing that his intentions are pure.

As the documentary progresses, their relationship deepens and DAVEY develops strong feelings for TILDA. TILDA tells DAVEY about an affair from her past life and reveals that she has not gotten over her old lover. DAVEY realizes that he does not stand a chance with her and keeps his feelings secret. Soon after, he finishes filming and leaves in a cab with the footage.


Project 1A – The Human Condition.

Goal Of Work

Expression of the inner feelings and/or imminent situations of life.

Overall Theme

The Human Condition. In my work, the human head is manipulated to either reveal certain aspects of people that are hidden from society, or to reveal impending events in a person’s life.

Freedom – Super Imposed

old projector showing the film in dusk

creative expression of the filmmaker

The first image in my series, Freedom, represents the creative freedom and expression of a filmmaker. I chose to have a film projector superimposed onto the human head to imply that our thoughts & ideas are akin to a used roll of film. Frame by frame, all we can do is to watch life as it happens and select the moments we want captured.

Fishbowl – Substitution 


social exclusion

The second image, Fishbowl, is a pictorial representation of introversion and/or exclusion from society. The fish’s world stares at it with curiosity, but it cannot reciprocate or communicate with the world outside it’s tank. It dictates the feelings of people that are excluded from the “norms” of society.

Headless Men – Subtraction


mid – life crisis

Next, Headless Men describes the situation of the mid-life crisis. The complete lack of a head shows the aimless slumber of working adults. Burdened by life itself, they are unable to move forward and are stuck, rooted to the ground.

Death – Addition 


the imminent end of life

Death. As the last image in the series, it acts as a reflection for it’s precedents. The addition of the crow onto the old man’s head represents the imminent end of his life. The stark image poses the question: when did life cease to exist?


I thoroughly enjoyed myself with this project. The task of creating art through the manipulation of images allowed me to tap into the work of surrealist artists i had already been following, as well as discover new ones which i have come to love.

Having started out with no intentions of linking either of my pieces together, it came as a surprise to me when I realised that there was a strong link between them; the project had unknowingly become a catharsis of sorts for me. I expressed my outlook on life and some of my fears through the art i was making.

I found this process very refreshing and am glad to say that it has resulted in a series of images that i can call my own. As an aspiring filmmaker I hope to further hone my skills in Foundation 4D and create stronger images for my story.


If I don’t screw up the upload the pic above is of me holding a pic of me drawn by Kai.

The super power I am supposed to have is teleportation & my super hero name would be The Teleporter (not my idea).

On hindsight I would’ve chosen something more useful cos there’s no teleporting out of all the drawings i have yet to do & I am spending way too long on this post so bye!