A human skeleton has a cat inside. It wants to keep the animal caged in its ribs to protect him against the dangers from the outside.
The cat is furious and wants to run away, so they struggle, the cat damaging the bone structure.The cat seems miserable, but it doesn’t give up, so the skeleton calms it down when it agrees to remove his head so the cat can peek outside without leaving the safe space.
“CATS MAKE YOU WANT TO STAY IN” is a video-installation that encourages the visitors to question themselves about the position animals hold in their environment. It explores what means to live with a non-human being, coexist with it and how this affects the way the space is inhabited; also, how this other presence shapes the place’s own temporality. This piece makes the most of the unique characteristics of the drawing and animation language in such a way that it gives life to the space through video projections.
Keywords: Animal, to cohabit, animation, private space, video-installation
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