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Animations for Inspiration by tutor
February 28, 2012, 1:11 pm
Filed under: 2011-12, reading

A few more animations showing very different techniques:

Machine with Wishbone

by Randall Okita (director), Arthur Ganson (artist)

This remarkable journey follows a stoic, determined wishbone on its explorative journey through an imaginative miniature world of snoring beds, paper birds, clouds that come in a box, and delightfully bewitching landscapes.

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by The Animation Workshop students

A man covered in responsibilities and burdened by the weight of his work is swept away on a journey that changes his perception of life.

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by Eva Sommeregger

Neither a drawing nor a performance. It shifts between categories. The actual boundaries between various media are blurred. Video is used to capture moments in time – the digital film shows three outlines, one evolving after each other and because of each other. It is about a one-directional process that is taking place again and again.

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The Technocrat Retrofit of London

by Keiichi Matsuda

Speculative architecture-fiction project exploring the architectural opportunities afforded by a post-capitalist economy. It occurs circa 2050, and marks a return to the community driven sustainable way of living, with the help of technology. The stock market has crashed and the pound has moved into hyper-inflation. Banks are deserted. The mayor of London negotiates with a powerless central government to transform the square mile into a contained self-sufficient Technocratic state.

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