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A Space for Dialogue 69

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January 2012

Art in Motion: A Deeper Look at the Animated Figure and Its Presence in Contemporary Works

Kayla Gilbert ’12, Homma Family Intern

Published by the Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College

2012, 2 pages

This installation brochure asks why animation has been excluded from the Western definition of fine art as “art forms developed mainly for aesthetics” through the juxtaposition of seven different pieces from the Walt Disney animated feature film Pinocchio and three contemporary works of art that feature animation.

Learn more about Kayla, her Space for Dialogue, and her experience at the Hood.

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