In the short animated film 'Noteboek', Dutch artist Evelien Lohbeck turns her daybook into a make-believe computer and then plays us 4 shorter films at a paper version of YouTube where she twists the lines between the real and drawn again.

In the short animated film ‘Noteboek', Dutch artist Evelien Lohbeck turns her daybook into a make-believe computer and then plays us 4 shorter films at a paper version of YouTube where she twists the lines between the real and drawn again.

Over at Vimeo, Evelien says:

Noteboek (English title: Notebook) consists of 4 short experimental films where I try to confuse the reality. In these films, illusions and expectations are challenged.

www.evelienlohbeck.com

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