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Extracinematic animation: Gregory Barsamian in conversation with Suzanne Buchan

@inproceedings{Buchan2008ExtracinematicAG,
  title={Extracinematic animation: Gregory Barsamian in conversation with Suzanne Buchan},
  author={Suzanne Buchan},
  year={2008}
}
Gregory Barsamian's strobe-lit kinetic sculptures create an experience that places observers in a perceptual paradox that oscillates between the illusion of animated cinema and the phenomenal presence of real objects that share the viewer's physical presence in space and time. The conversation reveals Barsamian's working methods, his aesthetic and philosophical influences and intentions and his artistic relationship with animated illustion. 
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