Fashion and architecture intersect in a short film called Kaplinksi, wherein models wear and then break out of architectural structures made of children’s wooden blocks. The film is a collaborative work between filmmaker Benjamin Seroussi and architect David Tajchman, and features abstract, geometric Constructivist design from the Soviet Union circa 1920.The four-minute black and white film explores both the human body as a framework for architecture, and architecture as a cage. Abstract cities and skyscrapers form around the models, and begin to self-destruct. Constructivism inspired both the photography and the look of the film.
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