Remember back in May when I told you about my epic adventure driving a 6000 pound sculpture across the entire United States of America? Well, on that journey, Ian (my artist assistant partner in crime) and I recorded 27,343 photos along the way to compile into a stop motion video of the entire trip. Awesome right? Well, Ian has been slaving away for the past two months, putting all the photos together to create the final stop motion video, and for it's grand reveal, here it is!
Who: Ian Gill and Moorea Seal, working for the artist John Grade.
What: Road trip across the U.S. documenting the transportation of the sculptural piece Circuit, by John Grade. see photos of the sculpture here.
When: 15-17 hour driving days. about 65 hours. May 5th-9th.
Where: Washington, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York.
Why: Because John asked us, and when else am going to get paid to drive to New York in my life? Awesome.
Types of Weather: Cloudy, Overcast, Fog, Rain, Hail, Light snow, Snow storms, White outs, and a little sunshine.
Podcasts: Radio Lab, This American Life, Stuff You Missed in History Class.
Music: Mostly the Rushmore Soundtrack. And then a whole lot of other stuff.
Emotions and Attitudes: Everything. Happy and hyper when we started. Exhausted, moody and puke-y when it ended.
Amount of photos in this time lapse video: 27,373!.
The song is "Go Do" by Jónsi.