Len Lye’s best-known works include Tusalava (1929), an animated black-and-white film. Showing the dramatic evolution of a cellular creature, Tusalava combined Lye's ideas about the creative subconscious with the painstaking labour of making 4,400 individual drawings for a nine-minute film.
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