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The Hasher's Delirium

by Nicholas Sammond

This animation explores the inebriated state of a drunken man, using a white plate to showcase the inner “deliriums” of his mind. The images mutate, transform, associate becoming more and more frightening for the man, until he self destructs. The animation helps us explore the delirious state of animation itself, morphing and creating imaged magic while constantly asking us to reassess how the creation of movement in animation directly probes and reflects the delirious state of reality itself.

The Hasher's Delirium

This animation explores the inebriated state of a drunken man, using a white plate to showcase the inner “deliriums” of his mind. The images mutate, transform, associate becoming more and more frightening for the man, until he self destructs.

from The Hasher's Delirium (1910)
Creator: Emile Cohl
Posted by Nicholas Sammond
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