The five-year project on the laws of physics in cartoons

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The five-year project on the laws of physics in cartoons

An hour-long video installation, which aims to promote the idea that the world is best understood as a cartoon, is set to be unveiled at Kennington's Cinema Museum.

The film, which took five years to make, uses almost 400 clips of animation, and is the work of the artist Andy Holden.

'Laws of Motion in a Cartoon Landscape' is showing at the Cinema Musuem in Kennington until March 10th.

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