In the future, a data limit is reached causing the internet to spill out into the real world. Luke Strickler directs and animates “2064,” an absurdist art video using stock 3D models of common American products and brands to paint a ridiculous future. A giant floating Mario becomes the Earth’s new moon. Movie theaters attempt to save themselves by reopening Jim Carrey’s “The Mask” year round. Every country is allotted one airplane for all citizens to travel on, a plane with no windows or bathrooms, shaped like Iron Man. Strickler’s film delivers strange, unsettling beauty in its vision of an incoherent future. Also, “we ran out of ducks.”
Director, Writer, Animator, Editor: Luke Strickler. Music by DOT PONY. Voice Over made using REPLICA Studios.
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