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A presentation looking at the influences on those animators who created films considered as 'Visual Music'. This is a slide show of images, and needs notes. It also contains films, which are presented ...

A presentation looking at the influences on those animators who created films considered as 'Visual Music'. This is a slide show of images, and needs notes. It also contains films, which are presented here as still images, you will need to look them up, possibly using Youtube/Vimeo and the respective links at the end of the presentation.

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  • Visual Music - looking for inspiration - Oskar Fischinger: a pencil sketch, part of ‘Fantasia’ development (1936)
  • Oskar Fischinger: Motion Painting (circa 1947)
  • Oskar Fischinger - Optical Poem (1938) (Film)
  • Oskar Fischinger 'Black and Blue' 1963
  • Oskar Fischinger ‘Sound painting’ 1951
  • Oskar Fischinger 'Time Travel 1' 1949
  • Oskar Fischinger 'Time Travel 2' 1949
  • Kandinsky: Black-violet - 1923
  • Kandinsky: Composition VIII, July 1923
  • Kandinsky: Succession, April 1935
  • Kandinsky: Thirty (Trente), 1937
  • Oskar Fischinger: Allegretto (1936) (Film)
  • Len Lye: (still from ‘Rainbow Dance’ 1936)
  • Len Lye Sketchbook with notes from Totem and Taboo c. 1926-7. Ink on paper
  • Len Lye Sketchbook with notes from Totem and Taboo c. 1926-7. Ink on paper
  • Len Lye Pond People c.1930. Batik
  • Len Lye Sun Slugs and Sea Snails (For Ann Lye) 1938
  • Len Lye: Rainbow Dance (1936) (Film)
  • Len Lye: Free Radicals (1958) (Film)
  • Norman Mclaren: Still from ’Blinkity Blank’ (1955)
  • Juan Miro: the nightingale’s song at midnight and the morning rain 1940
  • Juan Miro: Dialogue of the Insects (1925)
  • Juan Miro: Landscape (1925)
  • Juan Miro: Étoile-Bleue 1927 (Blue Star)
  • Juan Miro: Dancer 1925
  • Juan Miro: Blue 2 (1961)
  • Norman Mclaren: Dots 1948 (Film)
  • Free range Hens (modern footage) (Film)
  • Norman Mclaren: Hen Hop 1942 (Film)
  • Hy Hirsh: Chasse des Touches (1959) ‘The chase of brushstrokes’. (Film)
  • John Whitney - Arabesque (1975) early computer graphics (Film)
  • Run Wrake: Music For Babies (still from...) 1996.
  • Run Wrake: Music For Babies (1996) (Film)
  • Steamboat Willie – Walt Disney/Ub Iwerks 1928 (Film)
  • Art of Noise - Close (To The Edit) Director Matt Forrest 1984 (Film)
  • El Lissitzky - Beat The Whites
  • El Lissitzky - Painting, 1922
  • Fernand Leger - 1917 Soldiers Playing at Cards
  • Fernand Leger – Disques, 1918
  • Fernand Leger – Railway crossing, 1919
  • Further Reading / watching www.centerforvisualmusic.org Facebook page – for ‘Center for Visual Music’ http://www.facebook.com/pages/Center-for-Visual-Music/6429507219 www.iotacenter.org – Abstraction / Animation / Experimentation www.Michaelspornanimation.com/splog/?p=2409 (Fischinger at Disney) www.govettbrewster.com/lenlye/lenlye.aspx (Len Lye) www.nfbc.ca (National Filmboard of Canada) (Norman McLaren) www.runwrake.com – Run Wrake Book/s: Experimental Animation: Origins of a New Art: Russett & Starr (Da Capo Press)
  • Other selected Animators Historical. Jules Engels Robert Breer Mary Ellen Bute John Whitney James Whitney Harry Smith Today. Tony Comley Takashi Ohashi Dave Daniels Studio Ronda (Samba vid)
  • Important date: 16th Jan (Thursday) By this date, you will need to have produced a storyboard, to bring along to this session. You will learn how to turn your storyboard into an ‘animatic’; which is an edit of your intended animation, using still images and soundtrack, to work out timing.