‘Screaming Skulls’ animation project 2009


In November 2009 The Wallace Collection and The Roundhouse collaborated on a project to enable pupils from Camden Schools to work with professional animators and sound technicians to develop their own animation, inspired by the exhibition of Damien Hirst paintings at the Wallace.

45 Pupils from Maria Fidelis Convent School and William Ellis school worked with professional animators Reza Ben Gajra and Olivia Hemingway at the Wallace Collection, using the exhibition pieces from ‘No Love Lost, Blue Paintings by Damien Hirst’ and linked works of art located within the permanent collection.

The animation session was followed up by the pupils who visited The Roundhouse studios to develop the accompanying soundtrack.

The result was a fantastic 7 minute video.


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