Tag Archives: animation

“Clue”

Jessica Oreck, documentary filmmaker and animal keeper at the American Museum of Natural History in New York, directed the animations of the etymologies of 26  words, one video for each of the letters of the alphabet. Each video took between 80 … Continue reading

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“Fortunio”

A cut-out animation using old Japanese and Korean maps by Jerome Boulbes and Anne Viel.

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Trampolines and chopping wood

In the midst of studying complex primary source documents of Reconstruction, experiencing incredibly frigid tempera- tures, and maneuvering our way through massive and very noisy  construction work being done at school, EK and MG provided the perfect distraction— trampolines and … Continue reading

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M+A “Bam” by Masashi Yakota

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Danielle

An remarkably nuanced vision of aging directed by Anthony Cerniello.

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1981-2001

Award-winning short directed by video artist Teppei Koseki.

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“Tongue of the Hidden”

The poet Hafez of Shiraz, the most famous Persian poet from the 14th century, is still the most quoted, most admired, most praised, most memorized poet in Iran, Afghanistan, and Tajikhistan. Known as The Teller of Secrets, he used the language … Continue reading

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Life Drawing at the Book Club

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Bonobo “Cirrus”

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Shugo Tokumaru “Katachi”

Katachi means “shape” as it relates to the essence of Japanese design: its form, symmetry, and workmanship. It also embodies the Japanese design aesthetic of the synergistic union of functionality and beauty. It usually refers to the manipulation of more … Continue reading

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