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Misplaced in Space - a short animated film by Emily Fisher

last modified Oct 02, 2017 03:07 PM
Emily Fisher, a postgraduate student at Norwich University of the Arts, created a short animated movie "Misplaced in Space" featuring an individual’s experience of Alzheimer’s disease in order to present scientific research findings in a way that mediates understanding of the illness.​

Norwich University of the Arts was presenting the final exhibition and work by postgraduate students at Norwich University of the Arts in MA Degree Show. Emily Fisher created a short animated movie "Misplaced in Space" featuring an individual’s experience of Alzheimer’s disease in order to present scientific research findings in a way that mediates understanding of the illness.​

Have a look at the movie here.

 

 

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