Animation           

Animation is understood as an art form that is forever redeveloping itself, in which craftsmanship and creative skills are just as essential as the will to experiment and take artistic risks.

Any visual form that incorporates movement can be worked on. This includes all forms and materials from the visual arts as well as other artistic disciplines, such as theatre or dance. 

There is also a link with 3D animation/games.

Content and form are developed in parallel: from traditional narrative forms and documentary films to pure abstraction, from television plays to performance.
The form of presentation is also integral to the design process. Production exclusively for projection surface or screens is no longer a given.
Student projects vary widely in terms of material and content. Stories are told, realised in traditional drawn or stop-motion films, documentary films, in 2D computer animation, in abstract works and, ever more frequently, in installations.

Selected projects

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