Expanded Animation. Mapping an Unlimited Landscape

Translated title of the contribution: Expanded Animation. Mapping an Unlimited Landscape

Jürgen Hagler, Michael Lankes, Alexander Wilhelm, Stephan Schwingeler, Diana Arellano, Abigail Addison, Ina Conradi, Mark Chavez, Anezka Sebek, Birgitte Hossea, Ulrich Wegenast, Franziska Bruckner, Max Hattler, Virgil Widrich, Markos Kay, Reinhold Bidner

Research output: Book/ReportAnthology


The symposium Expanded Animation was initiated in 2013 and offered a first approach to the expanding field of computer animation. In the meantime, it has become an established part of the Ars Electronica Animation Festival and the international competition Prix Ars Electronica Computer Animation. Every year under an overarching theme, the symposium has researched the field of technology, art, animation, and aesthetics, investigated the collapsing boundaries in digital animation, and explored positions and future trends. Much like the first conferences on computer animation at Ars Electronica in the 1980s, practice and theory are equally important. The richly illustrated publication Expanded Animation: Mapping an Unlimited Landscape features contributions from speakers and artist positions from the past six years and presents an overview of the prize winners in prix category Computer Animation from 2011 to 2018. 250 pages, 250 Illustrations
Translated title of the contributionExpanded Animation. Mapping an Unlimited Landscape
Original languageGerman
PublisherHatje Cantz Verlag
ISBN (Print)978-3-7757-4525-3
Publication statusPublished - 2019


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