Field – Brief and initial ideas

The Brief: 

Techniques might involve but are not limited to:

 

Stopframe Animation

Pixellation

2D Rostrum based animation

Printmaking

Computer generated visuals

Light Painting

Timelapse

 

Practical elements of this course will include induction into animation and editing workshops, and a site specific presentation.

 

Feedback and group tutorials will analyse outcomes and uncover options to take this field of study further.

 

You will be involved in a discussion on the possibility of arranging an external performance of the collated films and where best to place it for international viewing.

 

 

Module aims

 

Skills: · To foster a culture of experimentation and exploration among Level 5 students. · To foster a culture of negotiation, autonomy and self-motivation;

Context: · To encourage you to re-contextualise and synthesise ideas drawn from experiences beyond the confines of your Subject discipline; · To develop a clearer sense of trans-disciplinarity

Ideas: · To foster a trans-disciplinary approach to your work in Level 5; · To encourage you to bring diverse experience to your conversations about research and practice;

 

Themes:

 

The overarching theme of this project is to encourage you to create a response to given musical inspiration through exploration on visual motifs movement and colour. Attention will be paid to expanding on a variety of mediums and processes that might be under developed and in so challenge the perspective of your own discipline.

 

 

 

 

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My initial Ideas:

I feel that as the project is to create an animation responding to our clients music,  I should really consider what visual motifs i’m using and how successfully I can link them to the audio.

I like the idea of using geometric shapes and changing the speed and complexity of the shapes depending on the sound of the music in that specific section ( slow sections to be simpler shapes and fast/busy sections of music to have more complex shapes )

I’m also inspired by :

Stan Brakhage – The Dante Quartet

I like how painterly and soft The Dante Quartet is due to its use of colours and layering, You can also photographs which the paint has been layered on top of.

I’m considering exploring something similar to this such as exploring combining my shape ide with a painterly background – maybe using some watercolours or inks.

 

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