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Peter Moyes & Louise Harvey – She’s Not There: When New Illusions Meet Ol’ Time RealTtime; Mo-cap, Virtuality and Live Music Performance

(Animation) began as something other than drama. It was not a story in three acts; it was a singular event, like an implausible trapeze act … (Norman Klein, 1993) “There  is  no  interest  in  achieving  the  possible,  but  it  is … Continue reading

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Beatriz Herráiz Zornoza – Dot: Animation in theatre for children

The art challenges the technology, and the technology inspires the art. John Lasseter Introduction This research aims to shed some light on the relationship between animation and contemporary theatre. It is oriented in two directions; one that involves reading and … Continue reading

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Nichola Dobson – Dancing to rhythm of the music: Norman McLaren, the body and performance

On Begone Dull Care: “Thus, the knife-point was made to slide and move on the surface of the film; my hand pressed, guided, and, as it were, made to ‘dance’ to the rhythm of the music.” (McLaren 1949, p.6) Scottish-Canadian … Continue reading

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