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Trans-Pecos Festival workshop - 16mm Cameraless Animation with Lee Webster
Saturday, September 29, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM (CDT)
This session is open to all gender identities 16 and up. Materials and tools will be provided.
Draw, paint, etch and collage directly on 16mm film to create beautiful and rhythmic animations. Cameraless or direct animation is the practice of applying materials directly to clear 16mm leader or developed film, the result is gorgeous, abstract animations that are filled with surprising life and movement.
Use found objects from nature, leaves, feathers, insect wings, as well as transparencies, lighting gels, film negatives, inks, stamps, and more to manipulate your film. At the end of workshop we’ll sit down for a premiere screening of our handmade experimental animations on the outside screen at El Cosmico.
Lee Webster was born in Philadelphia, PA and currently lives and works in Austin, TX. Her practice incorporates film, video, installation and public projects. Her work has been shown at Art House at the Jones Center, Sofa Gallery, Domy Books, and Co-lab in Austin, Sarah Lawrence College in New York, and Danger Danger Gallery in Philadelphia. Her films have been included in screenings at Box 13 in Houston, Portland Oregon Women's Film Festival, Women and Their Work, as part of a special screening for the Texas Biennial and as part of the Fusebox Festival in Austin, TX. Her work as a video designer for theater has won recognition by the Austin Critics Table. She is a working artist, teacher and a founding member of the video art collective, Austin Video Bee.
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