The Modern Dance by Rogier Wieland is a Stop-Motion Animation

 - Nov 22, 2012
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The Modern Dance is not something a person would see on the hit reality tv show, 'So You Think You Can Dance.' First of all, the talented performer is a cardboard character. Secondly, he is only able to dance in stop-motion videos. A fun project that revolves around a grooving stop-motion animation, The Modern Dance is a striking example of what can be achieved in such an industry.

Created by Rogier Wieland, a graphics and audiovisual designer based in The Hague, the Netherlands, The Modern Dance is a short piece (clocking in a one minute), but it is chock full of visual treats and inspiration. The viewer watches engrossed as the cardboard character dances his way through an urban city, uncaring about his small stature and 2D existence.