Midweek Motivations: The Exquisite Corpse Project, Volumes 1-3 + Motion Conference Info

Midweek Motivations: The Exquisite Corpse Project, Volumes 1-3 + Motion Conference Info
News, Events, Inspirations May 31, 2017 at 11:09 AM

The Exquisite Corpse Projects are made yearly and are directed by Michael Waldron for the Motion Conference in New Mexico. The videos feature a collaboration from artists around the world.  “The idea was to create a piece of art that you share with another artist. That artist has to figure out how to seamlessly transition into their piece and then they hand off their work to another artist. This repeats until the final animation is complete.”

The Exquisite Corpse Project 1

The first was from 3 years ago. Michael Waldron says, "The Motion conference asked me to create an original piece for this years conference. This is what a group of artists at TV Land came up with over our summer. Enjoy!"

The Exquisite Corpse Project 2

Part 2 is from 2 years ago and is another amazing motion graphics project from Michael Waldron, director, and a band of artists from around the globe.

The Exquisite Corpse Project 3, or Part X

"The Exquisite Corpse Project X is the third installment of the TECP Series, directed by Michael Waldron. 16 Artists came together to create a piece that celebrated the Motion Conference's 10th Anniversary."

More on the Motion Conference

The Motion Conference takes place next week! It's June 7-10 in Santa Fe, New Mexico. I've been to the conference a couple of times and there is a lot of interesting talks and some great visual inspiration. The best part for me was the people that I met! It's a smaller conference, nothing like NAB, so you get to talk to everyone. This year I'm noticing a lot of Cinema 4D users and HUD designers for film (Jayse Hansen, Robyn Haddow, Mark Coleran, John LePore) so it should be STELLAR! They're doing an FUI master class! This should be a super inspiring year to attend. I, unfortunately, will not be there this year, but if you go, I'd love to know how it was.

Motion Conference Website

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Posted by Michele Yamazaki