Moving Frames: An Exploration Into Multiple Viewing Perspectives Using Moving Transitions on Juxtaposed Comic Book Inspired Animations
The project is an attempt to offer multiple viewing perspectives in a narrative. The objective is to experiment with communication via multiple screens effectively by using moving images. By moving images, I mean "a form of entertainment that enacts a story by a sequence of images giving the illusion of a continuous movement".
How does interpretation/perception change when temporal (time) and spatial representations are depicted juxtaposed?
By having a visible separation between the apparatus (screen/monitor), the experimentation is for the spectator to judge looking at the project in different time frames as opposed to simultaneously. The objectives is to experiment with the notion of multitasking, theory of spectator engagement (interacting with the project), viewer editing (specific ways of arranging scenes) and comic book panel's implication on moving images.
For instance, can the comic book concept be adapted into moving images? The comic book concept is how imagery, words and sound are interpreted from visual representations (the comic panel).