Blog posts tagged with: Animation

Posted Jun 13, 2013
By
Tessa Laird
Still from Form Next to Form Next to Form, Nova Paul 2013

Form Next to Form Next to Form is a publication by film maker Nova Paul, which celebrates and re-presents her 16mm film This is not Dying from 2010. Turning a film into a book is an interesting proposition, but rather than explanations and stills, Form Next to Form Next to Form translates the hallucinatory language of the film into the print medium, creating a work that casts its own spell.

Posted Jun 13, 2013
By
Tessa Laird
Still from Form Next to Form Next to Form, Nova Paul 2013

Form Next to Form Next to Form is a publication by film maker Nova Paul, which celebrates and re-presents her 16mm film This is not Dying from 2010. Turning a film into a book is an interesting proposition, but rather than explanations and stills, Form Next to Form Next to Form translates the hallucinatory language of the film into the print medium, creating a work that casts its own spell.

Posted Jun 13, 2013
By
Tessa Laird
Still from Form Next to Form Next to Form, Nova Paul 2013

Form Next to Form Next to Form is a publication by film maker Nova Paul, which celebrates and re-presents her 16mm film This is not Dying from 2010. Turning a film into a book is an interesting proposition, but rather than explanations and stills, Form Next to Form Next to Form translates the hallucinatory language of the film into the print medium, creating a work that casts its own spell.

Posted Oct 16, 2012
By
Tessa Laird
Len Lye: The Opera (2012) photo by Dean Carruthers

Tessa Laird reviews Len Lye: The Opera, the most recent and surprising new perspective on the colourful artists life and work.

Posted Oct 16, 2012
By
Tessa Laird
Len Lye: The Opera (2012) photo by Dean Carruthers

Tessa Laird reviews Len Lye: The Opera, the most recent and surprising new perspective on the colourful artists life and work.

Posted Oct 16, 2012
By
Tessa Laird
Len Lye: The Opera (2012) photo by Dean Carruthers

Tessa Laird reviews Len Lye: The Opera, the most recent and surprising new perspective on the colourful artists life and work.

Posted Sep 18, 2012
By
Mark Williams
Still from Film 2 by Et Al, image courtesy of the artists and Jonathan Smart Gallery

Recently installed at Jonathan Smart's new suburban space in Linwood, Christchurch, Et Al's Films from non-existent in the everyday world? offered alternately chilling, jarring and absurd reflections on dispossession and personal dislocation.

Posted Sep 18, 2012
By
Mark Williams
Still from Film 2 by Et Al, image courtesy of the artists and Jonathan Smart Gallery

Recently installed at Jonathan Smart's new suburban space in Linwood, Christchurch, Et Al's Films from non-existent in the everyday world? offered alternately chilling, jarring and absurd reflections on dispossession and personal dislocation.

Posted Sep 18, 2012
By
Mark Williams
Still from Film 2 by Et Al, image courtesy of the artists and Jonathan Smart Gallery

Recently installed at Jonathan Smart's new suburban space in Linwood, Christchurch, Et Al's Films from non-existent in the everyday world? offered alternately chilling, jarring and absurd reflections on dispossession and personal dislocation.

Posted Jun 7, 2012
By
Miriam Harris
Eyes on the Moon: Jill Kennedy

Jill Kennedy's Eyes on the Moon is a series of evocative, rich, and absurd animations that gained resonance alongside two other exhibitions recently scheduled at Auckland's Gus Fisher Gallery.

Ballast: Bringing the Stones Home presented a collection of John Edgar sculptures forged from stone collected by the artist in historic Scottish quarries. In Paper-jams: artists between the covers various artists explored the book’s identity as a sculptural object.

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