Tag Archives: animation

Julien Douvier


by Julien Douvier.

Julien Douvier


by Julien Douvier

Thoka Maer

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by Thoka Maer

Monica Gallab

‘Nice day for a picnic’ (2008) by Monica Gallab.

Samir Mougas

Samir Mougas, ‘Something Somewhere’ (2007)

Jordan Rhoat

‘Sunrise’ (2009) by Jordan Rhoat

Oliver Michaels

‘Museum Postcards’ by Oliver Michaels

The projections in this project are of images taken from museum postcards that are brought to life using a consumer animation package. The resulting videos of talking sculptures are projected onto fabricated structures within the space.

Click this link to view the ‘Lion’ video.

Tadasu Takamine

Stills from the video ‘God bless America’ (2002) by Tadasu Takamine.

Tadasu Takamine and his lovely assistant shared a room with a huge clay face for eighteen consecutive days. Before the eye of the camera, they ate, slept, read, had sex and made continuous changes to the face, animating it to keep time with a scratchy, halting recording of the American patriotic classic “God Bless America”.


This is a short clip from an episode of ‘Xavier, Renegade Angel’, by PFFR. It’s a series on the humorous musings of a wandering humanoid pseudo-shaman and spiritual seeker named Xavier. The episode is called ‘What d-d-doth life?’ and in it, Xavier confuses a redneck town’s computer system with a deep question, and when the resulting virus runs amok, he has to find another virus to save the citizens.

PFFR (or Pre-natal Fighting Frightening Remembrances) is a Brooklyn based production company/art collective/electro-rock band consisting of Alyson Levy, Vernon Chatman, Jim Tozzi, and John Lee. The group has been active since 2000.

Paul Julian

‘The Hangman’ (1964) by Paul Julian

‘The Hangman’ is a cynical look at how humankind loves to feed others into the death machine, from a disturbing poem by Maurice Ogden, read by Herschel Bernardi.

It is available for free download at Archive.org.