Archive for 2005

Flight at Chisenhale Gallery London

25 January - 12 March 2006

Dryden Goodwin’s Flight is an installation of inter-related elements including live action film, animated intervention, a multi-layered soundtrack alongside hundreds of small-scale pen and ink drawings, which also form the animation within the film.

Flight places the viewer at the centre of the action, through the eyes of an artist fugitive, [...]

Tale of Tales at Curzon Soho London

Thursday 19 January 2006 18.00

Twice voted best animated film of all time. The inspiration for Michel Gondry’s Human Behaviour music video which launched Bjork’s career. Analysed in The Guardian by Booker Prize-winning novelist AS Byatt. Now Yuri Norstein’s short film Tale of Tales is the subject of an entire book written by Clare Kitson, ex-Commissioning [...]

animate! Remix at Halloween Festival London

Sunday 8 January 2006 14:00

animate! Remix
Visual remixers Buzzard Buzzard confront the first decade of animate! commissions to celebrate animate!’s 15 year anniversary. Animation is so much more than just, er, animation, and here’s proof as Buzzard Buzzard showcase a brain-spinning sound and vision remix of a special selection of the 78 films made with Arts [...]

animate! tv: 6 Premieres on Channel 4

Tuesday 6 December 2005 24:10am

Six new animate! films receive their premiere broadcast in animate! tv on 6 December on Channel 4, starting at ten past midnight (ie 00:10 on Wednesday morning).

Commissioned in 2004, they are Carolina Melis & Susanne Flender’s As the Crow Flies, Damian Gascoigne’s Careful, Dryden Goodwin’s Flight, Run Wrake’s Rabbit, Katerina [...]

The Animators at Spacex Gallery Exeter

17 December 2005 - 25 February 2006

An exhibition featuring seven UK artists who make a variety of different kinds of artworks, including paintings, photographs, sculptures and live events. What they have in common is that they all make animations, and this Spacex reduced version of the Angel Row Gallery The Animators exhibition focuses on [...]

The Artists, The Animators

The Animators exhibition, at Angel Row Gallery Nottingham, Spacex Gallery Exeter and Ferens Art Gallery Hull, features seven UK artists who make a variety of different kinds of artworks, including paintings, sculptures, photographs and live events. What they have in common is that they all also make animations.

The exhibition is timely. Computer software packages [...]

The Animators at Angel Row Gallery Nottingham

3 December 2005 - 4 February 2006

An exhibition illustrating what it means when fine art - usually the stillest of all the art forms - begins to move. The animations of seven UK artists are on show alongside the other kinds of artworks they make - paintings, photographs, sculptures and live events.

The artists represented are [...]

Animating the City at City Atrium London

Thursday 3 November 2005 18:30

For its first programme at City Atrium, animate! presents a dynamic, diverting, sometimes disturbing but always hugely imaginative exploration of urban lives and locales. Nine diverse films, selected from the ever-expanding catalogue of animate! commissions, reveal fresh perspectives of the city - screened in London’s stunning brand-new arts space.

Following the programme, [...]

animate! tv 2005 Preview at Flip Wolverhampton

Friday 28 October 2005 14:45

Preview of this year’s animate! tv commissions at the Flip Animation Festival, organised by Light House Media Centre in Wolverhampton. Six exciting new works take startling graphic journeys, reveal unsettling undercurrents and discover dazzling digital domains.

Light House
The Chubb Buildings
Fryer Street
Wolverhampton WV1 1HT

27-29 October 2005 Flip Animation Festival website ›

animate! tv 2005 Preview at NIAF Norwich

Thursday 20 October 2005 20:00

Preview of this year’s animate! tv commissions at the Norwich International Animation Festival. Six exciting new works take startling graphic journeys, reveal unsettling undercurrents and discover dazzling digital domains. Plus another four hand-picked recent animate! tv commissions, and a Q&A with animate!-makers including Katerina Athanasopoulou Sweet Salt, Damian Gascoigne [...]