Model, singer, writer, and painter Alice Prin, known as Kiki, took part in this artist group of Dadaism, which has bohemian lives and has radically changed the understanding of art. With her charismatic and strong character in the art environment of that period, she became the muse of dozens of painters, writers, photographers, and directors and supported their productions. Despite the difficulties of being a woman, Kiki has managed to stand upright on her own feet and become the face of avant-garde art. This Stopmotion animation is inspired by Alice Prin’s memoir book “Kiki’s Memoirs”.
Zanna Abasova (TR)
Born in 1993, in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan Zanna Abasova earned her bachelor of Stage and Costume Design from Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University (2017). During the undergraduate period, she focused on the production of “stop-motion” animation short films by focusing on the Puppetry design branch. Besides the classical and traditional production of puppetry, she was interested in alternative technologies such as 3D printers. She uses puppetry to reflect her own sense of art and aesthetic values. Zanna Abasova continues her master’s degree in Stage and Costume Design Department of Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University and is a research assistant at the same university.