Sir Eduardo Paolozzi, '31. Hi-Ho' 1972

Sir Eduardo Paolozzi
31. Hi-Ho 1972
Screenprint, lithograph and mixed media on paper
support: 391 x 262 mm
Presented by the artist 1972© The Estate of Eduardo Paolozzi

Animation Breakdown Study Day – Part 1

With an emphasis on practice, and the artist’s perspective, the day will embrace an eclectic range of approaches, and ask how digital and hybrid technologies are influencing artists and their work. In the three panels – chaired by leading curators – artists from the UK, Senegal and the USA present and discuss their work.

Audio recordings, part 1

Animation Breakdown Study Day – Part 2

With an emphasis on practice, and the artist’s perspective, the day will embrace an eclectic range of approaches, and ask how digital and hybrid technologies are influencing artists and their work. In the three panels - chaired by leading curators - artists from the UK, Senegal and the USA present and discuss their work.

Audio recordings, part 2

Animation Breakdown Study Day – Part 3

With an emphasis on practice, and the artist’s perspective, the day will embrace an eclectic range of approaches, and ask how digital and hybrid technologies are influencing artists and their work. In the three panels - chaired by leading curators - artists from the UK, Senegal and the USA present and discuss their work.

Audio recordings, part 3

Animation Breakdown Study Day – Part 4

With an emphasis on practice, and the artist’s perspective, the day will embrace an eclectic range of approaches, and ask how digital and hybrid technologies are influencing artists and their work. In the three panels - chaired by leading curators - artists from the UK, Senegal and the USA present and discuss their work.

Audio recordings, part 4

Animation is above all the art of the in-between, of the interval, of the beholder, of the mental movement, the stream of consciousness, the free flow of associations. It is the art of reading between the lines. It is not about the art that is on the image, but about the art that emerges between the images.
Edwin Carels in The Animate Book

A day of films, presentations and discussion on artists’ animation, looking at the relationships between drawing, moving image, and the influence of digital technologies. With an emphasis on practice, and the artist’s perspective, the day embraces an eclectic range of approaches, and ask how digital and hybrid technologies are influencing artists and their work.

10.30: Welcome. Gabriela Salgado, Curator of Public Programmes, Tate Modern. Gary Thomas, Co-director, Animate Projects

Film. Purple Grey, Sebastian Buerkner (2006, 8 min)

10.45: Talk. Stoffel Debuysere and María Palacios Cruz, followed by Q&A.

11.30: Artists’ Panel. Drawn - making marks move. Chair: Angela Kingston. Artists: Simon Faithfull, Ann Course, Samba Fall. Followed by Q&A.

12.45: Lunch

14.00: Film. Phantoms of Nabua (Apichatpong Weerasethakul, 2009, 10 min)

14.10: Artists’ Panel. Digital Thinking. Chair: Steven Bode. Artists: Joshua Mosley, David Blair, Jennifer Steinkamp. Followed by Q&A.

15.20: Tea

15.50: Artists’ Panel. Stills moving: interrupting the real world. Chair: David Chandler. Artists: Dryden Goodwin, Emily Richardson, Ori Gersht.