You’d never know this structure was animated unless you worked at Eness, an award winning art and design practice in Melbourne, Australia. What makes this stop-motion project unique is the way it animates over an incredibly long period of time, and doesn’t come together as animation until it’s time lapsed. Eness says, “MÖBIUS is a sculpture that can be configured into many cyclical patterns and behave as though it is eating itself, whilst sinking into the ground” which you are going to see in this awesome video below!
The animation took place over two weeks in Federation Square. What’s so interesting about this is that most people probably didn’t know that they were interacting with the installation at all. Here’s the “Behind the Scenes” footage: