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#4 SUNDAY 22 JUNE, 6.00PM STUDIO 1

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There is more than one way to show an animated film. Some shine brightest when the audience can stand back, choose alternative perspectives of viewing and talk it over as they play. Generally non-narrative, these works exist in the spot not touched by purely cinematic shorts, VJ crafted backdrops and purely gallery-based experimental moving image art.

SL: Spoken Language / NL: No language / Sub: Subtitles

'Interior', Sabrina Schmid

Outside The Box – Sabrina Schmid (UK)
SATURDAY 28 JUNE, 3.30PM
STUDIO 1

Before the Installation Animation Programs, join special guest Sabrina Schmid (UK) for a FREE compact masterclass/retrospective where she will help ‘decode’ and contextualise the type of work selected for MIAF’s Installation Animation programs. Schmid is an accomplished filmmaker and senior lecturer in computer animation at the School of Computing at Teesside Univeristy.

 

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Also see:
> RENDER Conference Day 1 - 'Why Abstract Animation Matters': Friday 20 June
> International Program # -: Abstract Showcase: Thursday 26 June 8.30pm

 

INSTALLATION ANIMATION PROGRAM #1 SATURDAY 28 JUNE, 4.00PM STUDIO 1

Interior
Sabrina Schmid
UK, 1'00, 2013 (NL)
Reaching into the heritage of abstract animated imagery, Schmid has retrieved some of the simplest forms available to reconstruct an image of an ever changing interior space.

Oscillate
Daniel Sierra
USA, 4'27, 2013 (NL)
Over and over, a single straight line invents and reinvents ways to rapidly morph into the curves and particles that represent the liquid aural universe we all live within.

Salmon Deadly Sins
Steven Vander Meer
USA, 7'00, 2013 (NL)
Fishy wisdom for a better, more moral life - all reinforced by a killer banjo symphony.

Young: The Paper Kites
Darcy Prendergast
Australia, 3'47, 2013 (Singing)
A rolling kaleidoscope of unique and single faces building a much bigger picture.

Prune
Jean Detheux
Canada, 3'06, 2012 (NL)
Detheux’s elegant, black and white intoned visual response to the “warmth and quality” of Jean Rene’s cello.

Runtime Error
Sandra Araujo
Portugal, 4'12, 2013 (NL)
How many things can go wrong with code? There’s probably predictive code to work that out, but that could go wrong as well.

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INSTALLATION ANIMATION PROGRAM #2 SATURDAY 28 JUNE, 4.40PM STUDIO 1
Eager
Allison Schulnik
USA, 8'30, 2014 (NL)
This atmospheric banshee-chique epic uses stop motion glory to choreograph emotive gestures in an experiment of animation as dance in a way that only Allison can.
Neat Meat
Kevin Eskew
USA, 2'30, 2011 (NL)
A spectacularly bizarre loop made of nine parts tricky hilarity, one part conspiratorial macabrery.
Dream Walk
Kaan Kayimoglu
USA, 1'32, 2013 (NL)
We all have targets, we all strive to reach them. But that journey towards achievement can be a long and interesting walk.
Animation School Dropout
Vince Collins
USA, 2'00, 2014 (NL)
One from waaaay left field. Iconic master animator Vince Collins keeps the mindset that gave us ‘Malice In Wonderland’, but clearly has discovered a new tool box to play with.
Euclidrive
Yoshihisa Nakanishi
Japan, 5'00, 2013 (NL)
An ingenious animation machine made up of nothing but intricate paper cut-outs and a jumbo serving of imagination.
Parasit
Nikki Schuster
Austria, 7'32, 2013 (NL)
A creepy subcosmos populated with luminous hybrid micro fauna composed of discarded refuse, insect wings, bones, hair and plant particles work on dominating their space.
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INSTALLATION ANIMATION PROGRAM #3 SATURDAY 28 JUNE, 5.20PM STUDIO 1
Hum
Emily Howells, Anne Wilkens
UK, 3'46, 2012 (NL)
An abstractish percolation of digital geometry, photo montage and filigree line drawings that drag the eye and the consciousness towards a narrative mirage.
Numb
Henning M. Lederer
Germany, 4'05, 2013 (Singing)
NOTE: Contains Strobing Effects
We are part of the machine - we influence it and it enables and serves us - and now we can probably never extricate ourselves from it even if we wanted to.
Alcubic
Alexis Burlat
Belgium, 2'38, 2013 (NL)
It’s dirty work but somebody has to do it. Drunken tales from the digital games coalface and the characters who fill the spots.
Cells Happen
Shelly Nicholls
UK, 1'09, 2013 (NL)
...and happen and happen and happen. Hand-drawn animation is the perfect vehicle to capture the constantly moving, changing, multiplying, morphing world of cells.
Prism
Shuhan Teoh
USA, 3'45, 2013 (NL)
Hope tells us to hold onto tiny specks of happiness lying in the shambles of despair. Letting go makes us realise the possibilities of something better beyond.
Suddenly Last Summer
Juha Maki-Jussila
Finland, 4'19, 2013 (SL)
Some of the most iconic classic movie scenes reimagined as dialogue for vegetables. Yes.
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INSTALLATION ANIMATION PROGRAM #4 SATURDAY 28 JUNE, 6.00PM STUDIO 1
Keep Walking, Coward
Toril Orlesky
USA, 3'10, 2013 (NL)
We all love false gods but deep down we know they can lead us to dark, dangerous and sometimes overwhelming places. Scale is the key.
Taxi
Meng Jiang
China, 3'04, 2013 (NL)
Taxi drivers know all the tricks and can cut corners, find gaps and edge into the lines better than most of us, but this guy is really pushing his luck.
Mr Fly
Tian Liu
UK, 3'45, 2013 (Sub)
Flies will never be popular no matter how intensely colourful and crazy their PR daydreams are.
Lines
Hanna Kim
USA, 4'18, 2013 (NL)
How long is a piece of string? Who cares. What matters is how colourful it is and how many groovy things you can do with it. That’s where the real love is.
Sonnet Of Light, Shadow And Illusion
Singyoon Ho
China, 3'52, 2013 (NL)
Initially employing a selection of classic Chinese imagery, this piece rapidly recontextualises the material into a complex and fascinating experiment in 3D animation.


Webomalogy
Sumito Sakakibara
Japan, 8'08, 2013 (NL)
If Bruegel could have animated in his day this is what he may have come up with. An astonishing, captivating and complex classic of diorama, imagination and movement.


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