Chris Landreth is one of the most influential independent animators working today. Based in Canada, the artist and filmmaker is perhaps most associated with the concept of “psychorealism,” his practice of visualizing a character’s internal trauma through digitally rendered deformities and lacerations. This evening’s program of shorts includes his visually stunning, Oscar-winning Ryan (2004). (program approx. 52 mins., digital video)
- The Listener (1991, 1:16 mins.)
- Data Driven: The Story of Franz K (1993, 2:45 mins.)
- The End (1995, 6:18 mins.)
- Bingo (1998, 5:35 mins.)
- Ryan (2004, 13:54 mins.)
- The Spine (2009, 11 mins.)
- Subconscious Password (2013, 11:15 mins.)
Cosponsored by Ohio State’s Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design and Department of Dance, as part of the Humanities & Arts Discovery Themes pilot project Collaboration for Humane Technologies.
Free for all audiences (tickets required)
The Spine, image courtesy of the National Film Board of Canada.
Subconscious Password, image courtesy of the National Film Board of Canada.
Ryan, image courtesy of the National Film Board of Canada.