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Brief Published: 5 Oct 2012

Above Animation: 3D Form


As part of the New Museum in New York’s monthly online series of experimental art, Above Animation: 3D Form highlights short animation work from the Aboveground Animation video collective – inspired by 3D and technology’s possibility for the future.

These online pieces by media and digital artists such as Kathleen Daniel and Ryan Whittier Hale from the US are amalgamations of drawing, dance, video and 3D animations, and represent expressive and experimental futuristic visions.

Aesthetically reflecting a nod to the 1990s (see our Graphics: 90s Redux report) as well as the mishmash of digital images and themes (a look profiled in The New Psychedelica and Glitch Graphics), these short films are an overload of image, colour and movement.


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