Experimental Animation 15-365 and 60-422
Spring 2017 MW 8:30-11:20 in 303 CFA
James Duesing and
Assistants: Spencer Diaz and Brittany De Nigris
This class will explore animation from the student's perspective with a
sense of investigation toward both form and content. Topics in the class
will include: 2D, puppet and non-traditional materials, manipulation of
motion and performance capture data and immersive environments. Non-linear
narrative and visual music will also be discussed. Experimental Animation is
an interdisciplinary course cross-listed in Art, Computer Science, and
the IDeATE program. Faculty and teaching assistants from computer science
and art teach the class as a team.
On successful completion of this course, you will be able to:
Demonstrate ability to work collaboratively with students from other
Produce animation projects with substantive content and technical
components using novel and experimental techniques.