Image in Motion Laboratory
Animation | Children's workshop | Networked workshop | Projections
feb 28, 2011 - mar 06, 2011

Image in Motion Laboratory


Coordination: Isabel Herguera



Vuk Yevremovic, "Hondoko Itsasoa"


Date: 28 February - 4 March

Times: 10 am - 6 pm

Participants: 8 maximum

Deadline for enrolment: 23 February 2010. Please send your details, CV and a letter setting out your reasons for wanting to take part to

During the workshop Mar de Fondo (Sea Swell), participants will develop an assignment based on the cyclical motion of the ocean currents The soundtrack, previously designed by Xabier Erkizia will form the basis or format to be followed by the animation. Participants will work online in real time to give them a chance to intervene spontaneously in the other groups' material. Following in the tradition of the surrealist “Exquisite Corpse” game, the workshop will produce a narrative built from visual associations generated through the interaction of the different cycles of animation.
On the last day of the workshop, the results of the week's work will be screened. 

This workshop will be run simultaneously in three audiovisual centres. 

– Arteleku. Vuk Yevremovic
– USC School of Cinematic Arts/University of Southern California, Los Angeles, USA. Juan Camilo González
– Universidad Javeriana, Bogotá, Colombia. Cecilia Traslaviña Carlos Santa




Bruce Bickford, "An Animator's Survival Kit" 


Date: 3 March

Place: Arteleku

Time: 5 pm

Bruce Bickford is a legend in the independent animated film world. He is best known as the director who worked with Frank Zappa on Baby Snakes and The Incredible Mr. Bickford. He will present a selection of his films in clay and cel animation and will demonstrate the stop motion animation technique with which he has worked throughout his career

Layer Inversion; 00:10. Work in development.
Prometheus Garden; 1988; 00:27. Stop motion, clay.
Cas'l'; 1989; 00:40. Stop motion, clay.



Date: 3 - 11 March

Place: Arteleku

The exhibition will be opened at a ceremony to be held on 3 March at 8 pm. It will be open to the public until 11 of March at the Arteleku exhibition hall.


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