Collective film made by the Seattle Experimental Animation Team. Segments are from, in order: Eric Ostrowski, Tess Martin, Charlie Daugherty, Timothy Firth, Tim Miller, Stefan Gruber & Aaron Wendel, Clyde Petersen and Salise Hughes. Based on the 1960 film The Little Shop of Horrors. The film premiered at Zeitgeist Coffee in Seattle, WA on April 4th, 2013 as part of the Pioneer Square Art Walk. For more info: experimentalanimation.org/category/collective-films/little-shop/
The Seattle Experimental Animation Team is happy to announce their first collective gallery show at the Gage Academy in Seattle, WA, opening August 3rd, 2012 and up until September 1st (the Steele Gallery is open daily 10AM-6PM). That evening there will also be an artist lecture with co-curators by Tess Martin and Webster Crowell.
The show includes work by Stefan Gruber, Britta Johnson, Clyde Petersen, Drew Christie, Sarah Jane Lapp, and Martin and Crowell.
For more info visit: experimentalanimation.org/
This video documents the Seattle Experimental Animation Team's participation in the Long Walk art project in July 2011. They created animated films by the side of the trail as 50 people walked past, and then installed these and other shorts in barn also along the path. This is a precursor to an exciting Flying Cinema event. For more info: experimentalanimation.org/seat/seat/flying-cinema-seat
This video documents an event put on by the Seattle Experimental Animation Team on March 1st, 2012 at Zeitgeist Coffee in Seattle, WA. Part of the Pioneer Square Art Walk, animations were projected onto two windows, one wall, one hanging screen and four kites. This was also the premiere of a collective film made originally for this event in the Exquisite Corpse style by seven animators: Otto Bulut, Webster Crowell, Stefan Gruber, Salise Hughes, Tess Martin and Eric Ostrowski. Each animator selected a slip of a paper from a hat, designating the start and end images of their segment of the piece. From there, they had one month to animate a short film. These were then compiled and projected at this event. Music has been added to this online version, though the original version is silent. Music is “The School for Scandal” by Samuel Barber. Performed by the Garfield High School Orchestra in 1997.