We Fix It All is a stop motion animation that explores ideas of control and consent, as it depicts a character’s involuntary assimilation into the aesthetic of his surroundings. Whilst the protagonist is comprised of fleshy silicone and realistic fabrics, I fashioned the dingy corridor of the doctor’s surgery entirely from uniform strips of masking tape to give the impression of yellowing bandages and an uncomfortable, clinical space. 

The transformation is a material one, as the protagonist mutates from a silicone to a masking tape figure, but I also understand it to be a kind of de-humanisation; in the end, he is sterile, emotionless, and there’s a very present lack of anything human.