This print is an inverted image of a drawing, which is an element of a recent work-in-progress. The drawing borrows the form of the storyboard used by animation studios in Japan... a sort of pictographic language for scoring animated works. I've adapted this form into a process for the improvised drawing of frames for an experimental animation. This sheet represents one page of five frames.
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Mark Wilson makes 16mm films, as well as drawings and prints which explore sequential forms, such as the phenakistoscope, comic book, and animation storyboard. His films have screened in programs at SFMOMA, Pacific Film Archives, and San Francisco Cinematheque. Recent exhibition include presentations of live film/music collaborations, with duo B. (Lisa Mezzacappa and Jason Levis) at Center for New Music, and with Marielle Jakobsons for Gravity Spells at Kala Art Institute, as well as curating Vanishing Presence, a program of films for Canyon Cinema Salon at New Nothing Cinema. Mark has made San Francisco his home for the past 24 years.Interested in consigning works by Mark Wilson? Learn more »
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