Studying animation artwork preservation in the world of animation academia

Cut-outs from Butterfly R.I.P. 1975 by Gerrit van Dijk   The Society for Animation Studies (SAS) is a worldwide network of animation scholars. At the recent SAS conference at the University of Padua the importance of animation preservation was widely recognized: many scholars use animation films and archives for research in one form or another. In …

Different Collections, Similar Problems (I) The use of self-adhesive plastic foils in architectural designs in the collection of Het Nieuwe Instituut in Rotterdam (NL)

Self-adhesive plastic foils, transparent sheets, tapes, markers. If a material is time-saving, inexpensive, easy to use, readily available and has a contemporary appeal, you can be assured it has been fully exploited by artists and designers.  During our condition survey of the animation artwork in the collection of the EYE Film Museum (material predominantly from the …

Exhibiting Artwork The Animation of René Laloux in Chateau d'Annecy

Being one of the very few museums solely dedicated to the art of animation film in the world, the Musée du Film d’Animation in Annecy is of international importance. Animation artwork usually plays an important role in its exhibitions and the museum can be seen as a showcase for current views on the presentation of animation artwork. During the Festival of …