‘Interior’ and ‘Coincidence’ hybrid animation at ‘SICAF on Media Canvas’

Hdl Handle:
http://hdl.handle.net/10149/604017
Title:
‘Interior’ and ‘Coincidence’ hybrid animation at ‘SICAF on Media Canvas’
Authors:
Schmid, S. (Sabrina)
Affiliation:
Teesside University. Institute of Design Culture and the Arts
Issue Date:
22-Jul-2014
URI:
http://hdl.handle.net/10149/604017
Additional Links:
https://vimeo.com/101586245
Type:
Film; Animation
Language:
en
Description:
Animation, Interior HD 1920 x 1080, 3 minutes 1 second (colour, silent) and Coincidence HD 1920 x 1080, 3 minutes 24 seconds (colour, silent) public space projection on a large-scale LED digital display. For this specific projection the original animations ‘Interior’ and ‘Coincidence’ were developed by the author by extending the animations’ duration to 3 minutes 1 second and 3 minutes 24 seconds respectively, created as longer hybrid animations without audio, for the site-specific screening and projection on the LED digital display screen ‘Media Canvas’ in Seoul Square, South Korea. The hybrid animation experiments with the potential of screening abstract animation as large-scale projection in alternative spaces such as the public space venue provided by the event and bringing it to a public general audience. Both animations were selected by the ‘Seoul International Cartoon and Animation Festival 2014’ (SICAF) for its curated ‘Special Programme’ titled ‘SICAF on Media Canvas’ which is part of the animation festival in collaboration with Gana Art gallery who exhibit works of global media artists on the ‘Media Canvas’. The animations were invited as two of six international animations selected by SICAF: 'Interior', 'Coincidence' (Sabrina Schmid, UK), 'Colorimetry in Motion' (Nicolas Menard, Canada), 'Music Box' (Stuart Pound, UK), 'Land' (Masanobu Hiraoka, Japan), 'X, X' (Max Hattler, UK). The animations screened on the large-scale LED digital display 'Media Canvas', located on the facade of a building in Seoul Square, South Korea, which has also become one of Seoul's icons. It is one of the largest digital display screens in the world comprising an LED panel of 99 meters wide by 78 meters tall, which covers the front facade of an office building from the 4th floor to the 23rd floor. The animations screened from 22- 27 July 2014. The documentation video shows the screening of the animation 'Interior' (excerpt) on the digital display Media Canvas, filmed on location at 8pm on Tuesday 22nd July 2014.
Keywords:
film; animation; experimental; abstract art; film festival; public space screening
Sponsors:
Teesside University Research Fund, Teesside University School of Computing, SICAF Seoul International Cartoon and Animation festival
Rights:
Catalogue excerpt used with permission.
Exhibition:
Screenings: ‘18th Seoul International Cartoon and Animation Festival 2014’ 22 - 27 July, ‘SICAF on Media Canvas’, Seoul Square, Seoul, South Korea

Full metadata record

DC FieldValue Language
dc.contributor.authorSchmid, S. (Sabrina)en
dc.date.accessioned2016-03-30T14:01:38Zen
dc.date.available2016-03-30T14:01:38Zen
dc.date.issued2014-07-22en
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10149/604017en
dc.descriptionAnimation, Interior HD 1920 x 1080, 3 minutes 1 second (colour, silent) and Coincidence HD 1920 x 1080, 3 minutes 24 seconds (colour, silent) public space projection on a large-scale LED digital display. For this specific projection the original animations ‘Interior’ and ‘Coincidence’ were developed by the author by extending the animations’ duration to 3 minutes 1 second and 3 minutes 24 seconds respectively, created as longer hybrid animations without audio, for the site-specific screening and projection on the LED digital display screen ‘Media Canvas’ in Seoul Square, South Korea. The hybrid animation experiments with the potential of screening abstract animation as large-scale projection in alternative spaces such as the public space venue provided by the event and bringing it to a public general audience. Both animations were selected by the ‘Seoul International Cartoon and Animation Festival 2014’ (SICAF) for its curated ‘Special Programme’ titled ‘SICAF on Media Canvas’ which is part of the animation festival in collaboration with Gana Art gallery who exhibit works of global media artists on the ‘Media Canvas’. The animations were invited as two of six international animations selected by SICAF: 'Interior', 'Coincidence' (Sabrina Schmid, UK), 'Colorimetry in Motion' (Nicolas Menard, Canada), 'Music Box' (Stuart Pound, UK), 'Land' (Masanobu Hiraoka, Japan), 'X, X' (Max Hattler, UK). The animations screened on the large-scale LED digital display 'Media Canvas', located on the facade of a building in Seoul Square, South Korea, which has also become one of Seoul's icons. It is one of the largest digital display screens in the world comprising an LED panel of 99 meters wide by 78 meters tall, which covers the front facade of an office building from the 4th floor to the 23rd floor. The animations screened from 22- 27 July 2014. The documentation video shows the screening of the animation 'Interior' (excerpt) on the digital display Media Canvas, filmed on location at 8pm on Tuesday 22nd July 2014.en
dc.description.sponsorshipTeesside University Research Fund, Teesside University School of Computing, SICAF Seoul International Cartoon and Animation festivalen
dc.language.isoenen
dc.relation.urlhttps://vimeo.com/101586245en
dc.rightsCatalogue excerpt used with permission.en
dc.subjectfilmen
dc.subjectanimationen
dc.subjectexperimentalen
dc.subjectabstract arten
dc.subjectfilm festivalen
dc.subjectpublic space screeningen
dc.title‘Interior’ and ‘Coincidence’ hybrid animation at ‘SICAF on Media Canvas’en
dc.typeFilmen
dc.typeAnimationen
dc.contributor.departmentTeesside University. Institute of Design Culture and the Artsen
dc.description.exhibitionScreenings: ‘18th Seoul International Cartoon and Animation Festival 2014’ 22 - 27 July, ‘SICAF on Media Canvas’, Seoul Square, Seoul, South Koreaen
dc.date.accepted2014-05-30en
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