Found Art


  • Self Portraits

    Self Portraits


    'Self Portraits', found on Philip Scott Johnson's YouTube channel which contains many striking digital art videos.

    This morph animation video made in 2008 covers 500 years of male self-portraits including Rembrandt, Picasso and Warhol. It's quite a visual trip!

     



  • How to Cope with Death

    How to Cope with Death


    A short film written, directed and animated by Ignacio Ferreras and produced by Tandem Films in 2002.

    An elderly woman and the Grim Reaper have an encounter which does not unfold in the way you might expect.



  • Johnny Cash on the Gospel

    Johnny Cash on the Gospel


     

    " I just hope and pray I can die with my boots on."
                                                               -- J. Cash

    This Found Art episode comes from an animated interview from the Blank on Blank YouTube Channel.  
    The Channel contains a wide variety of PBS commissioned animated videos created to accompany vintage interviews.

    This one comes from Barney Hoskyns interviewing Johnny Cash.



  • it is hard to lose a friend

    it is hard to lose a friend


    I met Elaine Ling at Gallery Arcturus where she was showing part of her Mongolian series. I was moved by her work and indomitable spirit which carried her to places unknown to most of us. Because of Elaine, we are able to glimpse these places and to sense their atmosphere. This was her gift.

    - deborah harris 



  • FILO (there is no movement without rhythm)

    FILO (there is no movement without rhythm)


    A shorter version of a wonderful video titled FOLI (there is no movement without rhythm).

    Life has a rhythm, it's constantly moving.
    The word for rhythm (used by the Malinke tribes) is FOLI.
    It is a word that encompasses so much more than drumming, dancing or sound.
    It's found in every part of daily life.
    In this film you not only hear and feel rhythm but you see it.
    It's an extraordinary blend of image and sound that
    feeds the senses and reminds us all
    how essential it is.

    Original full version created by Thomas Roebers & Floris Leeuwenberg and dedicated to the people of Baro.



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