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INDEFINABLE MOODS

 

Producido en asociación  con la Australian Film Comission.

La directa expresión física del dibujo y la pintura es todavía forma más pura de expresar el subconsciente o el mundo de los sueños. Comencé animando mis imágenes porque quería influir en los sentidos del espectador más fuertemente con la combinación de imágenes, movimientos y sonidos.

En este trabajo exploro símbolos y paisajes en la naturaleza y relacionados estos con las esperanzas psicológicas, miedos y deseos que existen en todas las culturas. Mi acercamiento al trabajo en 3D esta gratamente influenciado por la pintura del Renacimiento y del Romanticismo francés.

Los artistas de estos períodos crearon magníficas pinturas al óleo que hacen alusión al mundo 3D a través del uso de la luz, perspectiva, el estudio del mundo psíquico de la naturaleza  el deseo de movimiento (animación).

Contacto: kathy@imoods.org  o  kates@usc.edu

 

- Kathy Smith

kathy@imoods.org or kates@usc.edu

http://anim.usc.edu/ksmith

 

- Artist's Biography

Kathy Smith is an Australian artist who has been working with painting, installation and animation since 1983. After graduating from Visual Communication at Sydney College of the Arts in 1985 she was awarded the Sydney Morning Herald Traveling Arts Scholarship for painting and in 1986 the Desidirius Orban Youth Art Award from the Visual Arts Board of the Australia Council.

From 1987 - 1988 she studied and worked in Europe under the Dyason Bequest study grant at Studio Art Centers International, Florence Italy and the Dr Denise Hickey studio residency at the Cite Internationale des Arts, Paris. Both awarded from the Art gallery of NSW. In 1994 she was selected for the Australian Network for Art and Technology summer residency and it was here that she started her research in combining 2D oil painted sequences onto 3D forms. Since 1998 she has worked as artist in residence and adjunct faculty at the Division of Animation and Digital Arts School of Cinema-Television, University of Southern California creating 'Indefinable Moods' funded by the Australian Film Commission.

 

- Author's text: Indefinable Moods

Produced in association with the Australian Film Commission

The direct physical expression of drawing and painting is still the most pure form for conveying the subconscious or dream world. I started to animate my images because I wanted to affect the senses of the viewer more strongly with the combination of image, movement and sound.

In this work I am exploring symbols and landscapes in nature and linking these to the psychological hopes, fears and desires that exist in every culture. My approach to 3D work is greatly influenced by Renaissance and French Romantic painting.

Artists of these periods created magnificent oil paintings that alluded to the 3D world through the use of light, perspective, the study of the physical world of nature and desire for movement (animation).

Working with 3D software has allowed me to collapse, reconstruct, and journey through a landscape of symbolic narrative. This is similar to painting, where symbolic narrative is not represented in a linear cause and effect mode. The images are seen, passed by, and arrived at. It is the thought process that creates a static work yet in incorporates the additional sense of sound with image movement and metamorphosis.

The advent of digital technology has seen the "Renaissance" of animation internationally, and the information technology age greatly parallels what happened during the earlier Renaissance: the sense of discovery and perception of our world via new exciting media and science.

 

- Créditos de producción:

Indefinable Moods se creó utilizando secuencias de pinturas al óleo 2D trazado sobre múltiples planos y formas 3D. Software adicional utilizado: Adobe Photoshop, Componer and Chalice. El hardware fue cedido por Intel.

Producido en asociación con The Australian Film Comisión.

Facilidades y software cedido generosamente por the Division of Animation Digital Arts, School of Cinema-Television, University of Southerm California, Los Angeles. Todo el trabajo de arte y animación fue creado por Kathi Smith. Los efectos sonoros fueron compuestos y realizados por Chris D. Halliwell. Banda sonora editada y mezclada por Counterpoint Sound Sydney. Supervisor de producción en VSC, Mar Elepano.

 

 



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