Morph project for the "Darwin Evolution" exhibition at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, 2009.
The morphs contained in this sequence were created by me in Sqirlz Morph. Was quite a challenge to morph such complex structures. They were presented at the show through an interactive panel in which the visitor could select pairs/morphs among a variety of skeletons: birds, mammals, fish and reptiles. The idea behind this project was to make a pedagogical approach to important theories about the similarities among animals, their structures and their evolution. These are just a few examples of the 24 morphs contained in the panel, displayed here in a bad animated sequence.
This sure needs a lot of improvement, anyway...
Thanks for taking the time to look and, if you have the chance, visit this show that will soon be present in Madrid, at the National Museum of Natural History.
Patrick Gries, ©Editions Xavier Barral, Paris 2007
Hummm... Is it just me or the text really looks very small?