Artist’s Time-Lapse Videos Forge Link Between Arts and Sciences


An ongoing series of videos by a Rhode Island School of Design professor is highlighting what a partnership between the arts and the sciences could mean for inquiry in both fields.

Dennis Hlynsky, an artist who works primarily with animation and video, produces time-lapse videos that observe different examples of wildlife, such as birds, ants or fish, in their day-to-day lives. The works track their movement with settings in Adobe After Effects, stamping their paths across the videos’ backdrops in what often appears to be a literal swarm of the creatures.

“I’m not making a film,” Hlynsky told Mashable. “I’m conducting an observation over time and these videotapes are pieces of that.” …

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Via: Mashable: Entertainment

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