@SFOMuseum Instagram Posts tagged #animation This is SFO Museum's archive of the @SFOMuseum Instagram account. There are 25 posts and this is page 1 of 3.

Brooklyn-based filmmaker Eugene Kolb recalls love at first sight in this charming animated short that illustrates the story of how he and his partner Clara met and fell for each other while riding a subway train. This image was posted on February 04, 2020. #videoartssfom #film #video #eugenekolb #valentinesday #brooklyn #love #illustration #subway #animation
Brooklyn-based filmmaker Eugene Kolb recalls love at first sight in this charming animated short that illustrates the story of how he and his partner Clara met and fell for each other while riding a subway train. This video was posted on February 04, 2020. #videoartssfom #film #video #eugenekolb #valentinesday #brooklyn #love #illustration #subway #animation
Inspired by a nature exhibit that allows visitors to experience the world through the eyes of different species, filmmaker Louis Morton (@louisjmorton) presents a future world in which climate change survivors turn to animals to return the planet to livable shape. This video was posted on January 21, 2020. #videoartssfom #film #video #louismorton #nature #animation #climatechange #plants #earth
Inspired by a nature exhibit that allows visitors to experience the world through the eyes of different species, filmmaker Louis Morton (@louisjmorton) presents a future world in which climate change survivors turn to animals to return the planet to livable shape. This image was posted on January 21, 2020. #videoartssfom #film #video #louismorton #nature #animation #climatechange #plants #earth
NOW PLAYING: In his thesis film for England’s National Film and Television School, Edward Bulmer offers a comedic look at the debilitating effects of anxiety and self-doubt on a young man who longs to escape his routine and experience the world. This video was posted on December 18, 2019. #videoartssfom #film #video #nationalfilmandtelevisionschool #mentalhealth #anxiety #hedgehog #animation
NOW PLAYING: A young woman and an Anishinaabe shapeshifter are guided by the spirits of displaced animals in this dreamlike stop-motion film by Michif artist Amanda Strong that raises the issues of land development and reclamation of indigenous practices. This video was posted on November 18, 2019. #videoartssfom #film #video #animation #stopmotion #thecontinuousthread #biidaaban #amandastrong #firstnations #michif #anishinaabe #nativefilm
Organic life somehow emerges beneath the black waves of the first oceans in this composition and film produced as a long-distance collaboration between lifelong friends, Los Angeles-based Aurélien Rubod and London-based Michaël Stroudinsky. This video was posted on September 16, 2019. #videoartssfom #film #video #illustration #animation #oceans #dna #waves
NOW PLAYING: In a nod to animation’s origins as shadow play, London-based filmmaker Ben Steer presents the story of a woman and her son fleeing through a dizzying landscape of towers and tiers in “Mamoon”, which was inspired by reports of the Syrian refugee crisis. This video was posted on August 05, 2019. #videoartssfom #film #video #animation #shadowplay #shadow #syria #refugeecrisis #refugee #mamoon #bensteer
NOW PLAYING: Experimental animator Emily Scaife imagines the sensations of attraction and pleasure in insects, and the seduction methods of the plants and fungi that beckon them in Attraction, her graduate film for London’s Royal College of Art. This video was posted on July 19, 2019. #videoartssfom #film #video #illustration #animation #experimental #emilyscaife #london #royalcollegeofart
NOW PLAYING: Colorful line drawings morph from one posture to another in this animated short, which was created by filmmaker Alex Moy as an exercise to find perspective and embrace change during a particularly anxious period after graduating from film school. This video was posted on May 13, 2019. #videoartssfom #film #video #animation #illustration
Filmmaker Tingting Liu employs watercolor painting in her frame-by-frame digital animation of a forbidden relationship between a princess and her servant in ancient China that speaks to the timeless and universal desire for the freedom to love. This image was posted on February 11, 2019. #videoartssfom #film #video #watercolor #painting #illustration #animation #china #love
Tomoki Misato’s first film, made while attending Tokyo’s Musashino Art University, explores themes of romance, jealousy, and the deleterious effects of technology through the eyes of a young man who rediscovers the true object of his affection. This video was posted on January 28, 2019. #videoartssfom #film #video #felt #stopmotion #animation #tokyo #technology #relationships #cafe #romance #jealousy