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Animation Day in Cannes


The joint initiative from animaze and filmfestivals.com (launched in 2015)  stops this year to leave room for Annecy and Marche du Film and their NEW INITIATIVE ANIMATION DAY: May 19, 2019 

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Cross and Plane to Space @ Animation Day in Cannes Catalog

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The illusionistic ceiling fresco  'Triumph of St. Ignatius of Loyola' (1685) by Andrea Pozzo meets compositions with crosses (1932) by Sophie Taeuber-Arp. While the hierarchic, centralist painting in the Jesuit church Sant'Ignazio glorifies the holy lord, Taeuber-Arp created multifocal, plane compositions of non-figurative shapes. The only thing the baroque and the modern artworks have in common, is the sign of the cross. In the animation, the oppositional artistic concepts start a competitive dialog, they influence and penetrate each other. Given the current victory of virtual worlds, this animation reflects the history of illusionism and its assumed overcoming in modernity.

Director: Myriam Thyes

 

Director Biography

Myriam Thyes is a new media artist from Switzerland and Luxembourg, living in Germany.Her artistic media includes video art, animation, and digital imagery. Thyes' themes deal with symbols, myths, and visual signs from architecture, politics, movies, and religions, as well as mythical characters from Hollywood movies, and female characters form different cultures and time periods. 

 

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