Experimental Animation- Pummell & Kentridge

Source ideas for an Experimental piece of animation to music, inspired by the works (and replicating the styles) of William Kentridge and Simon Pummell
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William Kentridge ‘This is How the Tree Breaks’, 1999 © William Kentridge

william kentridge animation - Google Search

William Kentridge: charcoal, film animation, mostly about apartheid in his native South Africa

william kentridge animation - Google Search

William Kentridge (born 28 April is a South African artist best known for…

william kentridge animation - Google Search

William Kentridge, "Felix in Exile," Production stills; animated film transferred to video. Copyright and courtesy of William Kentridge.

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William Kentridge has the process of making art revolve around play and allowing what happens to reveal the deeper intention of great work.

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cavetocanvas: “ William Kentridge, Untitled (Man with Megaphone), 1998 From MoMA: “ The megaphone first appeared in Kentridge’s work in and it continues to be a common motif.

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William Kentridge, 9 Films - William Kentridge 9 Drawings for projection, Old Fort, Constitution Hill, Johannesburg

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William Kentridge, History of the Main Complaint (still), animated film transferred to video, min. Collection of the artist; photo: John Hodgkiss, courtesy the William Kentridge Studio.

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simon pummell animation - Google Search

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