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LIAF 2019: Edge of Frame presents Brushwork – The Painted Animation + Q&A

Sat 07 Dec 2019 18:00 - 19:30

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Entry is £10 - £12.
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Nag Vladermersky

Following the sell-out success of our partnership with Edge of Frame at our last three festivals, EOF return with four curated programmes of work at the intersection of animation, experimental film and artists’ moving image. Specially curated by Edwin Rostron – the London-based artist, animator, writer, curator, editor of Edge of Frame blog and festival juror these programmes celebrate this incredibly rich and vibrant, yet often marginalised and hard to define art form.

This programme focuses on a fascinating subset of experimental animation, the painted animation, featuring a varied range of approaches to making this unruly substance move, including painting on glass, on canvas and on photographs, cut-out paintings on paper, painting with the body and more. The selection celebrates the fundamentally hybrid nature of animation, colliding and combining quite different mediums, in this case paint and film, to generate new and unexpected possibilities. Featuring narrative and abstract work, studio experiments and emotional landscapes, each film creates its own unique world borne out of paint and its material qualities.

Please refer to the LIAF website for full programme details.