Can abstract animation be used to tell stories? Can it be a ‘thinking space’ through which to reflect on concepts and ideas? Using simple animation techniques, workshop participants will probe the limits of narrative within the abstract moving image to create a series of complex animation experiments.
Techniques/materials: After Effects, drawing, photography, sound.
The material fee is about 30 euros for this workshop.
Lecturer Max Hattler
Max Hattler is an artist and academic who works with abstract animation, video installation and audiovisual performance. He holds a BA from Goldsmiths, an MA from the Royal College of Art, and a Doctorate in Fine Art from the University of East London. Max’s work has been shown at Resonate, Ars Electronica, ZKM Center for Art and Media, MOCA Taipei, Beijing Minsheng Museum and many others. Awards include Supernova Denver, Cannes Lions, Bradford Animation Festival and several Visual Music Awards. Max lives in Hong Kong where he is an Assistant Professor at School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong.