Law and Conversation

May 25, 2011

Cool animated art!

Filed under: Art,Film — Helen Gunnarsson @ 12:01 am
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One of the great results of blogging is that you meet interesting people who call your attention to cool stuff. The other day Kerry Dennehy, a New Jersey artist with a neat website of his own who shares my appreciation of the work of artist Lynda J. Barry, commented on a post of mine and provided a link to still another cool website that belongs to artist Alyssa Sherwood. Among other things, Sherwood has posted several short and beautiful animations that are well worth viewing. The movement, colors, shapes, and intricate symmetries, as well as the spoken poetry, of the one Kerry highlighted, “Migrations,” reminds me of artist Sue Symons’s amazing Bath Abbey Diptychs, a project using embroidery and calligraphy to illustrate the story of Jesus’s life, which I recently noted and linked to.

Those interested in legal issues relating to art may wish to check out Clancco:  Art & Law, by New York attorney Sergio Munoz Sarmiento.

Have you come across any neat art that’s made you think about someone’s life story?

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