Conversation on Design and Arts.Audiogyan a Philanthropic project to document & archive thoughts and ideas of Indian designers, artists, musicians, writers, thinkers and luminaries of the creative world. Audiogyan doesn’t celebrate the guests’ accomplishments or take a trip down memory lane; rather … read more
51: Trash talk with dina Amin
dina Amin is an Industrial designer and stop motion animator. She likes to work at the intersection of various disciplines. After discovering her love for stop motion, dina founded “Tinker Studio”, where she produces stop motion videos for diverse clients and companies around the world.
What constitutes garbage is highly subjective, with some individuals or societies tending to discard things that others find useful or restorable. How do you define trash?
Do you consider your work as an act of Upcycling? How and why; either ways
What made you connect Stop motion and disassembling things to be an interesting exploration? What is the process like and what do you do exactly?
Is there any conscious effort of showing environmentally correct use of objects which people then tend to discard; there by showcasing it value? Or is it still a fun exercise? Or do you try and illustrate a story by deconstructing & humanising objects and narrating the object's point of view?
How did it all land up in getting real work? If you can share any interesting case study or collaborations?
Fun question: You have problem with capital D. How do you deal with autocorrect and grammar fixes done by technology?
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