The paper I want to present will look at the relationship, by way of convergence and distinction, between non-commercial abstract experimental animation and what can be described as animation/motion graphics done for commercial purposes and which can be seen from an angle of abstract animation. With these two sides facilitating each other, with the development of models of working and thinking that fail to recognise such a polarity. Hopefully this paper will raise discussion of an analysis of how far this evolution is possible and what the development of those working models are and what they can be. The paper will also look to develop discussion over whether such a relationship hasn’t changed in the sense of whether there has always been a distinct relationship and cross-over between commercial and non-commercial animation.
|Publication status||Published - 2010|
|Event||Animation Evolution: The 22nd Annual Society for Animation Studies Conference - Edinburgh College of Art, Edinburgh, United Kingdom|
Duration: 9 Jul 2010 → 11 Jul 2010
|Conference||Animation Evolution: The 22nd Annual Society for Animation Studies Conference|
|Period||9/07/10 → 11/07/10|