Aaron Howell - ROYAUME-UNIS
« Interlude » - 2018
A fragmented vision of the body moving through time, this animation explores timelines of passing, meeting and physically poetic moments of contact. Sometimes the constant notion of moving forward through time can blind us from the fickle present and the freedom to become lost within it.
Gregory Bennett - NOUVELLE-ZELANDE
« Study#1 » - 2015
STUDY #1 is a dance and animation collaboration by Gregory Bennett and Jennifer Nikolai. The piece explores choreographic prompts and improvisation utilising 3D digital motion capture and animation technology. The live dancer is inscribed into a 3D visualisation which references both drawing practice such as the sketch, and experimental animation, particularly Len Lye and Norman McLaren and their studies in moving image and sound.
Shon Kim - COREE, REPUBLIC
« BookAnima » - 2016
BOOKANIMA, a compound word of ‘Book’ and ‘Anima’, is Experimental Animation to give new cinematic life to book.
It aims to create ‘Book Cinema’ in the third scope between Book and Cinema. Animation links Book to Cinema. Along the way, it experiments Locomotion based on Chronophotography Animation, paying homage for Edward Muybridge and Etienne Jules-Marey.
It experiments locomotion of Dance along with its stream: Ballet-Korean dance-Modern dance-Jazz dance-Aerial Silk-Tap dance-Aerobic-Disco-Break dance-Hip hop-Social dance.
Experimental 2D Animation
Alessandro “Mynus” Scaglione - ITALIE
« ViMotion » - 2018
ViMotion is an interactive dance show which overturns the traditional scheme where dancers enact a choreography over a fixed musical base. In ViMotion, with their movements on stage dancers are directly influencing projected images and played music, thus creating a strong connection between visuals, music and dance.
The bodies of the dancers and their movements are tracked by an infrared camera for real time graphics.
Scenic & live Animation