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FPA 136 Animation.rtf

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Contemporary Arts
Course Code
FPA 136
Professor
Peter Lester

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Animation, Surrealism, & the Avant-Garde Nov. 5th, 2012 1) DADA: emerged during WWI in response to "Absurdist" reaction to chaos, insanity of war, modern life -Random, irrational, illogical -Led to Surrealism 2) Surrealism: shared DADA's rejection of conventional artistic aesthetics, emphasis on the irrational & illogical -Create focus on "the Unconscious" -Psychoanalysis: tapping into the unconscious -Dream imagery: anxieties that are plaguing us Animation Techniques: -Traditional/ hand-drawn animation -Very labour-intensive and simplistic -Cel animation (1914):
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