Category Archives: Volume 13

Pedro Serrazina – Narrative Space: From Ozu to Paul Driessen and Raimund Krumme

Halfway through the short film David (Driessen, 1977), the audience faces an empty screen. For over two minutes of the total of nine, we are left to stare at an empty rectangle painted in faded yellow, while David, an invisible … Continue reading

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Paritosh Singh – Animating Indianness: A study of assimilating Indian images in a western narrative

1            Introduction Stories have always been an integral part of every society and culture. Storytelling is the most common means of sharing experiences. It majorly influences various aspects of our life and plays a vital role in defining our values, … Continue reading

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Rachel Walls – Waterline: A documentation of process and interdisciplinary collaboration between tranSTURM and blackhole-factory

Author’s Note As a member of tranSTURM, I was personally involved in this project. The interaction between groups that comprise musicians, architects, animators, choreographers, dancers, and sculptors is difficult to constrain or contain within a single theoretical or methodological container. … Continue reading

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Leila Honari – Reflecting on Proto-Animation Techniques in the Mandalic Forms of Persian Traditional Arts

Introduction Histories of cinema as an artform tend to start in the early nineteenth century and consider cinema as the convergence of two different practices that developed in parallel, only coming together at the end of the century. The first … Continue reading

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