Dog Life Days is a simple study of portrait, senses and sensual relations. It was made by morphing 30 black and white photographs.

The title Dog Life Days alludes to a title of the second Suede album Dog Man Star (1994), which is itself a variation of the title of a series of experimental films Dog Star Man I-IV (1961-1964) by Stan Brakhage.

Dog Life Days belongs to a series of my study-projects in which the programmed animation transposes the portrait from the visual database to an event, such as All My People Right Here Right Now (2002), a (2006), Alibi (Black or White) (2012) and Anticipations (2015).

Bibliography: Branislav Dimitrijević, from An Intermittent History: A Brief Survey of Video Art in Serbia, 1999.