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Re-imagining animation [electronic resource] : the changing face of the moving image / Paul Wells, Johnny Hardstaff.

By: Wells, Paul, 1961-.
Contributor(s): Hardstaff, Johnny.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Lausanne ; London : AVA, c2008Description: 1 online resource (191 p.) : ill. (chiefly col.).ISBN: 9782940439560 (electronic bk.); 2940439567 (electronic bk.); 1282525476; 9781282525474.Subject(s): Animation (Cinematography) | Computer animation | PHOTOGRAPHY -- Techniques -- Cinematography & Videography | ART -- Film & Video | Animation (Cinematography)Genre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Re-imagining animation.DDC classification: 778.5 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Teaching moving image culture : pedagogical implications -- The politics of practice -- Animation re-imagined -- 'Object React' -- From ideas to idioms.
Summary: Re-imagining Animation examines the animated film as it becomes central to moving image practices in the contemporary era. Animation was once constructed frame-by-frame, one image following another, but now the creation and manipulation of the moving image has changed. With the digital revolution invading every creative enterprise and form of expression, pencils have become pixels, dreams have become data, and animation - once merely an adjunct of film - has become central to the whole cinematic enterprise. Reimagining Animation addresses animation's role at the heart of moving-image works - looking at the context in which they were produced, preparation and construction, the process of their making, research, development and applied aspects of the work as well as moving-image outcomes, and status within contemporary art and design practices.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 185-187) and index.

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Teaching moving image culture : pedagogical implications -- The politics of practice -- Animation re-imagined -- 'Object React' -- From ideas to idioms.

Re-imagining Animation examines the animated film as it becomes central to moving image practices in the contemporary era. Animation was once constructed frame-by-frame, one image following another, but now the creation and manipulation of the moving image has changed. With the digital revolution invading every creative enterprise and form of expression, pencils have become pixels, dreams have become data, and animation - once merely an adjunct of film - has become central to the whole cinematic enterprise. Reimagining Animation addresses animation's role at the heart of moving-image works - looking at the context in which they were produced, preparation and construction, the process of their making, research, development and applied aspects of the work as well as moving-image outcomes, and status within contemporary art and design practices.

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