A close-up look at sand urchins and rock urchins. At the seashore, Jean Painlevé digs up a sand urchin. We look closely…
With typical curiosity and a honed visual flair, Jean Painlevé’s silent science film brings to life the wonders of underwater worlds. Through extraordinary magnification, these spiny and globular sea urchins start to resemble modernist abstractions, as they sink mysteriously into the sand…
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