FULL SPECTRUM ANIMATION: ACCIDENTS, TRAVEL AND DREAMS

FULL SPECTRUM ANIMATION: ACCIDENTS, TRAVEL AND DREAMS

 

 

Engel Animation Advance Research Center (EAARC) Animation Program 1
FILM and VIDEO Series

A journey that weaves through creative expression and the incidents of the imagination encompassing both its happy and tragic accidents.

The program will include Jules Engel’s Accident, the quintessential film for this series, Engel's erasure of a racing dog creates a particular sense of loss. Michael Dudok de Wit ‘s Father and Daughter is a visually simple portrait that evokes another kind of loss. May Trubuhovich’s Feline moves towards an awakening, exploring sexuality and desire. Georges Schwizgebel’s motion painting, La Course Abime, creates a country ride that seizes our kinetic senses. Joanna Priestley’s Utopia Parkway is reminiscent of Joseph Cornell box sculptures and conjures the magic within objects. Paul Driessen’s The Boy Who Saw the Iceberg creates split realties to contemplate what it means to foretell an historic event.

(NOTE: This program includes adult content.) Produced by the Engel Animation Advancement Research Center (ME)

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Date/Time G ST CA
Mon 02.02.04 8pm
$8 $4 $4

G - General Audience

M - REDCAT Members

ST - Students

CA - CalArts Students/Faculty/Staff