In animation, space and time are constructs that create the illusion of movement, and consequently, the narrative of a story. When there is a rupture, or an alteration in the linear continuity of space or time, we expect different narratives to form and different experiences to unfold.

CIRCA muybridge galoping horse experiments from Lab for Animation Research on Vimeo.

Muybridge galoping horse experiments, replayed on 3D animation software. The aim of this animation is to examine how different perspectives form different experiences of space and time in animation.

Experiment by Nicos Synnos

Photographs with altered digital code were put together to form an animation. This animation examines the way glitches and accidents in the animation form and the continuity of time, create new spaces where different actions and narratives take place.

Experiment by Xristos Panagiotou