Hadrian / Bronze Casting Using The Lost-Wax Technique

DesignerKobi Vogman, Renana Aldor
Prize2nd Place in Multimedia / Animation
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Entry Description

A short animation made for the "Hadrian" Exhibition in the Israel Museum, Jerusalem. The film shows the bronze casting process in an artistic yet simple method, a combination of stop motion and 2D animation. The preparation process included a research and a constant dialogue with the curator and the restoration department of the museum as well as a visit in a bronze casting workshop. The head used in the film was a plaster replica of the original Hadrian's bronze statue found in Tel-Shalem, Israel, 117-138 CE.