Art in Motion: Animation Aesthetics

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Indiana University Press, 1998 - Performing Arts - 278 pages
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A comprehensive examination of the aesthetics of animation in its many forms. This work is a useful resource for researchers, students and anyone with a serious interest in animation. It provides analyses of animation produced throughout the world. It overviews the relationship between animation studies and media studies.
  

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Contents

Foundations of studio practices
13
Miseenscene
61
Sound and structural design
85
Classicalera Disney Studio
109
Full and limited animation
135
Threedimensional animation
155
Animation and new technologies
179
STUDIES IN ANIMATION AESTHETICS
200
Animation audiences
217
Issues of representation
231
Considering form in abstract animation
251
Index
269
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Maureen Furniss is on the animation faculty at California Institute of the Arts, in the Los Angeles area.

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