Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Corner View "Motion"

I've been introduced to the works of Robert Breer by my son some years ago; he was preparing his thesis at the School of Art, and I've helped him translating. Robert Breer was one of his favorit artist, as is a non conventional animator, like him. Breer has been working for all his life on the study of the form and movement. He started as a painter; but during some years in Paris, he became influences by the works of the pioneers of the cinema, and startated exploring the kinetic art.

7 comments:

Joyce said...

this is reallllllly neat! thank you for sharing my friend. xo

Francesca said...

isn't it amazing how much we learn through our children? sometimes i feel like i'm getting a second education (better than the first) whilst helping my kids with their school work.

♥ w o o l f ♥ said...

whoosh... all blazed out, moi.
this could be a opponent of zen, unless, of course, peace is found in chaos.
at least, that's how i feel about this... ;)
n♥

Francesca said...

I left a comment here already - but I guess because of the problems Blogger is having it somehow didn't get saved. I wrote something about learning things through our kids and our kids' interests - it's almost like a second education, better than the first one!

juanita de la vega said...

Thanks Francesca! Yes, Blogger had some problems...Panick!
Yes, our children teach us a lot of things... It's a great thing when we are aging!lol

Olga said...

That's very interesting, Juanita! Thanks for educating us on some great art... How was your son's trip to Paris? Did Isma got the needed publicity?

juanita de la vega said...

Olga, yes, he and his partner at EcceStudio were really happy to have IsmĂ  on exhibit at Paris. Now they are collaborating in some way with them!
besos