Video mapped projections, rear screened windows, kinetic sculptures, interactive holograms – Rose Bond shares an international sampling of animation outside the movie house. From public squares to shop windows, from shopping malls to museums, this is animation that illuminates place and transforms space. "As screens proliferate and hybrid moving images expand into urban spaces, architecture, and our cyborged selves, new territories open for artists engaged in making images move beyond the traditional frame," says Bond, Lead of PNCA’s Animated Arts program. Sponsored by Pacific Northwest College of Art.
Expanded Frames is presented as part of the 2014 Northwest Animation Festival.
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NW Animation Fest celebrates the best new work from independent animators around the globe. With over 200 films, it’s now the biggest animation festival in the USA.
This year's fest includes six Guest Shows, the Oregon Animation Industry Showcase, and five International Short Film Blocks. See it all for only $60 with an All-Festival Pass | BUY HERE.