PhD Animation Research: Stop-Motion AestheticsEvents — Public talk Online
3 March 2021, 18:00
This event is an opportunity for PhD research students, focusing on stop-motion animation, to present their ideas and discuss them with their peers.
In this session, three PhD students from different UK universities share their perspectives on stop-motion animation in form of a ten-minute presentations with a subsequent discussion.
The session is organised by Farzaneh Yazdandoost (PhD candidate CSCI, ARU) and chaired by Simon Payne, Associate Professor in film and media. Presenters: Toby Jungius, 'Ray Harryhausen’s sympathetic portrayal of the stop-motion creature'; Laura-Beth Cowley, 'Materials in motion: incorporating the digital into stop motion'; Farzaneh Yazdandoost, 'Wes Anderson’s animation: The exhibition of physical materials'
Event contact: Simon.Payne@aru.ac.uk