David Sananman is an artist and animator with a background in painting and printmaking. His work is an investigation of biomorphic and geometric abstraction in the temporal medium of two-dimensional animation.
He holds a BFA in Visual Arts from Rutgers University and is currently a MFA candidate at Montclair State University. His work has been exhibited in the United States, Spain, Finland, Italy, and the UK. In addition he has been an animator on commercial TV and films.
"My visual vocabulary consists of abstract, organic, biomorphic shapes and forms. I focus on the development, exploration and refinement of these elements. I incorporate these in my animation, creating an audio visual experience where I play with shapes, line, color, light, and sounds changing through time. I explore the first three elements in my drawing, painting and printmaking. Additionally animation allows me to transform the audio-visual experience diachronically – realizing unique aspects which I cannot explore within static media."