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Blazes is a three-minute film directed by Robert Breer, a well-known avant-garde artist, animator, and film director. Created in 1962, this short film displays Breer’s signature style: animation, playful abstraction, and fast-moving images. In Breer’s own words, Blazes is essentially “One hundred basic images switching positions for four thousands frames. A continuous explosion.” Indeed, the film consists of stills resembling abstract paintings of basic shapes in basic colors, cut and combined in different ways and rhythms.
 
Blazes is a three-minute film directed by Robert Breer, a well-known avant-garde artist, animator, and film director. Created in 1962, this short film displays Breer’s signature style: animation, playful abstraction, and fast-moving images. In Breer’s own words, Blazes is essentially “One hundred basic images switching positions for four thousands frames. A continuous explosion.” Indeed, the film consists of stills resembling abstract paintings of basic shapes in basic colors, cut and combined in different ways and rhythms.
  
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===My Project===
 
===My Project===

Revision as of 20:45, 13 May 2008

Kathleen's Final Project: Soundtrack to Robert Breer's Blazes

Background

Blazes is a three-minute film directed by Robert Breer, a well-known avant-garde artist, animator, and film director. Created in 1962, this short film displays Breer’s signature style: animation, playful abstraction, and fast-moving images. In Breer’s own words, Blazes is essentially “One hundred basic images switching positions for four thousands frames. A continuous explosion.” Indeed, the film consists of stills resembling abstract paintings of basic shapes in basic colors, cut and combined in different ways and rhythms.


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