1. Filme Mesa de Músico X e XI Beethoven


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    Filme das etapas dos quadros Mesa de Músico X - Óleo sobre cartão - 40 x 50 cm e XI - Óleo sobre tela - 90 x 100 cm - 2013 - Música: Piano Sonata No. 15 in D Major 'Pastoral', Op. 28- III. Scherzo. Allegro Vivace 75 fotos / 1 minuto

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    • Mesa de Músico XVI


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      Filme das etapas do quadro Mesa de Músico XVI - o.s.c - 29 x 45 cm - 2013 Música: Fortunate Son - Donavon Frankenreiter 58 fotos/ 1 minuto

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      • La chica de té


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        Lorena Triviño De Matteis, 2014 "La chica del té" es una videocreación intertextual inspirada en la obra pictórica cubista 'Tea Time' de Jean Metzinger, de 1911. A través de la planificación y el uso de los planos subjetivos se nos muestra los diferentes puntos de vista que cada personaje percibe de la realidad, de la chica protagonista, ofreciéndole al espectador todo tipo de narradores y perspectivas en el espacio para construir la percepción final de una misma cosa y, uniéndo cada una de estas partes en un mismo plano cinematográfico, da como resultado formal una pintura cubista que une la descomposición de la chica en un mismo tiempo. Esta construcción de la realidad no es solo a nivel formal, sino que también se confiere la identidad de la protagonista a través de su propia concepción y la que cada personaje tiene de ella. Un símil entre el leguaje cinematográfico y la focalización narrativa/formal y la multiplicidad, subjetividad y simultaneidad que propugnó el cubismo (introduciendo el tiempo en la obra), rompiendo con la concepción tradicional y mimética de representar la realidad, vanguardia coetánea a las innovaciones del lenguaje cinematográfico de la mano de Griffith y los formalistas.

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        • Mark Cohen - The Legal Delivery Model: A Post-Cubist Paradigm


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          • Petite Jehanne


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            Based on the poem "La prose du Transsibérien et de la Petite Jehanne de France" by Blaise Cendrars and the illustrations of Orphist painter Sonia Delaunay. This abstract animation tells the story of a young man's travels across Russia during the Bolshevik Revolution with a young girl named Jehanne.

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            • officiële trailer FLOMM! THE BATTLE For MODeRN 1923


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              What would a video game look like if developed in 1923 by a bunch of angry modern artists? FLOMM is available worldwide for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch: https://appsto.re/us/rSQV4.i FLOMM is an historical game that recreates the struggle of Modern Art against the Tyranny of Tradition! A loose interpretation of the art, design, theories + counter-theories of the early moderns! A collision between New and Old, Avant Garde vs. Establishment, Innovation vs. Bourgeoisie + The Future vs. The Past! + The FLOMM! trailer was designed by STEVE MEHALLO with éléments musicaux by CHELSEA DAVIS et komposition, edits et continuity by KEVIN HARBAUGH The FLOMM! game was created + designed by STEVE MEHALLO with music by CHELSEA DAVIS and programming by DARCY 'MOKI' NELSON and NOAM WEISS Details adicionales + credits and a bibliography are posted at the FLOMM website play flomm now! https://appsto.re/us/rSQV4.i website http://flomm.us facebook http://facebook.com/flommus instagram http://instagram.com/flommus twitter http://twitter.com/flommus tumblr http://flommus.tumblr.com + http://flommischen.tumblr.com FLOMM is A GAME APP media art project

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              • Body Raynaudvation Episode #2 : Cyprine


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                Shoot & edit : Aurélien Foray Painting : Julien Raynaud Model : Cyprine Murdder Production assistant : Harssami Abdou http://www.julienraynaudart.com http://www.facebook.com/JulienRaynaudArt ©2014 DreamHunters Productions http://www.dreamhunters.fr

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                • Art Movements of the 20th Century Song


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                  An Art history time line of Art Movements of the 20th Century in Song. Artists in the 1900s Had goals and philosophies They were called a variety of 'isms and tendencies' These isms and tendencies Are widely considered to be The art movements of the 20th century Before the turn of the 20th century, From 1880 to 1900, Modernism started supposedly. There was Art Nouveau, Symbolism, The Vienna succession, Post-Impressionism And Les Nabis After 1900 through 1910 There was Fauvism, the Photo-Secession, Cubism, Futurism, Die Brucke, Expressionism These isms and tendencies Are widely considered to be The art movements of the 20th century From 1910 to 1920 There was Orphism, Vorticism, School of Paris Constructivism and Suprematism Also Blauer Reiter, De Stjl and Bauhaus and Dada (dadadadada) In the 1920s there was New Objectivity, Surrealism and there were Mexican Murals. These isms and tendencies Are widely considered to be The art movements of the 20th century The 1930s saw Socialist Realism, Group f/64 American Social Realist Photography and Unit One The British Surrealist Group, The Harlem Renaissance and Photo-Journalism From the 1940s There was the St. Ives School, Spacialism, Abstract Expressionism Arte Informel and CoBrA These isms and tendencies Are widely considered to be The art movements of the 20th century In the 1950s, There were happenings, there was New York Photography, The Neo-Concrete Group, Situationist International There was Pop Art and Neo-Dada and Hard-Edged Painting In the 1960s There was Nouveau Realisme, Minimalism, Op Art, Vienna Actionism, Fluxus, Arte Povera, Land Art, School of London, Post-Painterly Abstraction. These isms and tendencies Are widely considered to be The art movements of the 20th century In the 1970s There was conceptual Art, Feminism, Performance Art, Conceptual Photography, Photo-Realism and Body Art In the 1980s There was the Black Art Movement, Video and Film, Neo-Expressionism, Graffiti Art and New British Sculpture. And Finally, in the 1990s there were the Young British Artists, Dusseldorf School Photography and Installation

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                  • ESPN Network Identity


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                    A piece I made inspired by the cubist movement in relation to an ESPN network ID

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                    • The Corpse Whisperer / Animation Intro / Theme / Cubism / 2D / Cutout / Trailer


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                      http://vonfleisch.de/blog/?p=146 "The Corpse Whisperer" is an old project of mine, a b-rated home video tv show, which has five episodes. The "show" was shoot with an old vhs-c camera, and this short animation is the 2d cubism version of the theme song and intro of that thing. Concept/Animation/Music/Voice: Stefan Stoev / Vonfleisch

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