Themes: Animation

Flowers of the Sky

Flowers of the Sky (a medieval term for comets) draws on two panoramic photographs, found in a Los Angeles thrift shop, that depict a gathering

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Valeria Street

Initiated by an unearthed photograph of her father and his colleagues around a conference table in a generic mid-century office, Valeria Street charts a personal-political

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Look and Learn

Look and Learn excavates the visual vocabulary we use to operate and construct the daily world. Look and Learn explores the juxtaposition of two material

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Thug Odyssey

Thug Odyssey is a fan-inspired animated sequel to the Hollywood film Gridlock’d (1997), which starred Tupac Shakur, Tim Roth and Thandie Newton. In the movie,

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Cymbeline

By curtailing a manager’s pompous introduction to a new romantic groups early performance and adding imagery rendered through the almost redundant technology of an e-reader,

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THE VERY VERY END

‘THE VERY VERY END’ is an artist’s video work about a holiday resort where tourists and holiday makers are waiting for a nuclear radiation cloud

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Circumstantial Pleasures

Klahr, whom critic J. Hoberman called “the reigning proponent of cut and paste” for his acclaimed collage animations, is best known for his seductive and

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PHX [X is for Xylonite]

In ‘PHX [X is for Xylonite]’, the first semi-synthetic plastics are considered through their relationship to the chemical and industrial development of photography and film.

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Reverse Shadow

Rivers run red, planes hover over waters, ships travel in darkness, and towers loom and topple. Disaster seems imminent as the hunters prepare to shoot.

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Happy Thuggish Paki

Layered with trickster-daemonic cues, Happy Thuggish Paki is an audiovisual collage exploring practices of associative thinking and elliptical wordplay akin to rap production. It takes

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