Figure Drawing to Motion Graphics
VA 323 Figure Drawing and VA 440 Motion Graphics Exhibition
Event Date: 08.05.08- 23.05.08
Event Address: Fass Art Gallery, Sabancı University
Exhibited Artwork: Fall semester 2007/ 2008 works of 38 Sabancı University students will be exhibited at 4 th "From Drawing to Animation" exhibiton series
Curated and Instructed by: Alex Wong and Wieslaw Zaremba
Exhibition assistants: Neslihan Koyuncu, Ferhat Sen, Asli Ozpehlivan, Belkis Fatma Isik, Merve Arkunlar, Sena Arcak
Figure or graphics doesn’t need to be static or fixed: it can float, jump, fly, dance around and transform in different forms. By exploring the creative interdisciplinary between art, design and media, this exhibition offers the study of human figure from static to motion combining various graphical and illustration style.
The distinction of non-narrative, non-figurative based visuals is to separate motion graphics from the larger general definition of animation or film. Motion graphics often incorporate video, film, animation, photography, illustration, and music. The boundaries of these related art forms are difficult to delineate, especially with multimedia works. Artist or designer who recognize how to graphically combine a message with time-based media will clearly have the advantage as communication technologies continue to emerge and saturate our culture.