I’ve watched with interest the dawn of curators describing their exhibitions to possible attenders. The small Dulwich Picture Gallery in London started really well with its director, Ian Dejardin. In a few minutes, he would tell us what to see, in a quietly enthusiastic way. Now this – the gallery has TWO curators having a discussion and walking around a collection. Hands up anyone who’d … Continue reading CURATORS INVITING VIDEO – Dulwich Picture Gallery, London
Here at ,& we are all about the arts mixed, and the arts mixed with life – hence our tagline “,& the continuing conversation between life and Art”. So we love this. Tracie Cheng‘s drawings on flowing fabrics, dance across a field in fashion by Arret Studio, Shanghai. Video by Derryck Menere. Subtle, beautiful, moving. Creative Takeaway Do you write words or paint or … Continue reading Fashion, Art, dance, music
How many animations can you make on the head of a pin?? Well, here’s one…. Son Lux – Change is Everything. Continue reading Pin Animation
a stirring and tender video for a song: “Song of the Sun” by Timbre. Harp, cello, strings, drum, voices Continue reading Song of the Sun – Timbre
if you write time travel, you’ll want to see this – where it began and how to construct a timeline Continue reading Writing Time Travel – beginnings and endings
Youtube channel Every Frame a Painting (Tony Zhou) has featured on this blog before, illustrating action gags on film by Buster Keaton. Today, I got caught up in another of his masterful short 10 minute videos “How does an Editor think and feel” – about finding rhythm in film/video editing. However, as I listen, I hear it as more than that, it’s about finding rhythm in poetry, in speaking, in life – and the importance of time for thought process, belief and experience.
People aren’t machines – we need time to feel the emotion – and if the movie doesn’t give it to us, we don’t believe it – Every Frame a Picture
Blog post from commaand.co on “Moonshine” a book of 49 animators and the work they make privately for themselves. Continue reading What art do animation artists love to make?