We used to call it: Moon is part of a much larger work that consists of 350 interventions on postcards and in fact is a fictional archive of the existence of the Second Moon. This work is a critique of censorship and is built around the idea that we had had two Moons and one was censored out of our lives, completly erased. Here we see this vast archive of the actual existence of the second Moon and in the animation we follow its daily routines, a sort of a period before the demise and its removal. In what kind of society we live where it is possible to erase such a thing as a Moon? Our everyday life is not endangered by its presence and if this was possible what else could be done too?
Stop frame animation/4 min. 15 sec./2011