By Maureen Furniss
Animation—Art and is an introductory reader overlaying a wide diversity of animation reports subject matters, concentrating on either American and overseas contexts. It presents information regarding key members within the fields of either self reliant and experimental animation, and introduces numerous issues suitable to the serious research of media—censorship, representations of gender and race, and the connection among pop culture and effective paintings. Essays span the silent period to the current, contain new media equivalent to net animation and gaming, and handle animation made utilizing numerous techniques.
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