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HOW WINGS ARE ATTACHED TO THE BACKS OF ANGELS - Craig Welch

Craig Welch takes viewers inside a surreal, meticulously crafted world to meet a mysterious protagonist and his otherworldly visitor; in this short animation.

Refleksy - Jerzy Kucia, 1979. "Jerzy Kucia’s work occurs in a world held at arm’s length from reality; the familiar forms of humanity -- our bodies, accessories, instruments -- all remain in the foreground, but floating in a vague disconnect from each other, lending each other a weight not always possible in the linear approach of traditional animation approaches.  Even time and movement find themselves removed in a way that’s startlingly refreshing, and, perhaps more notably, remarkably…

Refleksy - Jerzy Kucia, 1979. "Jerzy Kucia’s work occurs in a world held at arm’s length from reality; the familiar forms of humanity -- our bodies, accessories, instruments -- all remain in the foreground, but floating in a vague disconnect from each other, lending each other a weight not always possible in the linear approach of traditional animation approaches. Even time and movement find themselves removed in a way that’s startlingly refreshing, and, perhaps more notably, remarkably…

"'Les Jeux des Anges' - Walerian Borowczyk

"'Les Jeux des Anges' was just extraordinary: that sense that you are on a train with walls of the city going past, and then the sound of angels' wings - inc.

Raoul Servais (Belgio, 1928) Harpya (Belgio, 1979)

Director By Raoul Servais Music By Zelermoon

Ruhrlights: Die Projektion von Yves Netzhammer auf die Kuppel der Sternwarte Bochum.

Ruhrlights: Die Projektion von Yves Netzhammer auf die Kuppel der Sternwarte Bochum.

Mario Merz. Image links to review of UK Merz retrospective 'What is to be done?' at Henry Moore Institute, 2011.

Mario Merz. Image links to review of UK Merz retrospective 'What is to be done?' at Henry Moore Institute, 2011.

Light & Shadow « Light Matters Concha Argüeso’s installation at A trans Pavilion, Berlin, transforms a simple gallery space into a dreamy forest on a glass screen.

Light & Shadow « Light Matters Concha Argüeso’s installation at A trans Pavilion, Berlin, transforms a simple gallery space into a dreamy forest on a glass screen.