Split-screen short animation that describe the beginning of time from a creationist and evolutionist perspective. An ironic take on the subject, Duelity tells the creationist’s version of the beginning of the universe using the language of science and presents the scientific cosmology of evolutionists using Biblical lingo.
Beautifully designed and illustrated with a very clean, tight animation style, the shorts can be watched separately or side-by-side simultaneously. The look and imagery of each piece coincides perfectly with the scientific or religious wording. It’s a paradoxical experiment that shows just how much the language we use can influence the way we present and receive ideas.
Created by Vancouver Film School students Marcos “Boca” Ceravolo and Ryan Ulrich.