We watched his film ' Dimensions of Dialogue' which was broken into three parts. The first showing bodies made out of cutlery, food and metallic items, being refined into a full clay figures. This part is called 'Exhaustive discussion'.
The second part - "Passionate discourse", shows two clay figures, a man and a woman, who begin to kiss and eventually dissolve into each other. The third part ' ""Factual conversation" shows two almost identical male figures, who each produce different objects from their mouths which interact, including a toothbrush and toothpaste.
These animations were very enjoyable as they had realism alongside surrealism. Showing perfect human forms in clay, doing ridiculous and impossible things. The stop-motion is incredible, with very smooth deformations and animation.