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A Mouth, Arm, and Eye, Rube Goldberg-style for Kuratorium

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Commissioned by Switzerland-based creative artist and cultural institution supporters Aargauer Kuratorium and directed by Crictor/Rafael Sommerhalder, these three cause-and-effect mini-productions are wonderful anticipation builders. The short above is called Mouth.

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The other two in the series are below: Arm and Eye.


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