Video, without sound. Physically-based Computer animation and Poems
Wanderings is composed of 9 microvisems.
A microvisem is a short visual and textual poem.
Here, no narration, no figurative, no illustration.
Only one symbolic and emotional state, but dynamic.One single thought of movement expressed in seeing and words
No sound – Music is the silent
Wanderings are organized in a triptych of 3 microvisems each
Veils of time
Weaving that unties
Breath of no matter or just
Ether that dissents
Interstice of a few
There of absence
The space that exerts
Annie Luciani, researcher and artist in Dynamic Visual Arts, is responsible of the ACROE thematic “Technologies for Dynamic Visual Arts”. As soon the beginning of her work in computer animation in 1976, she proposed the paradigm of physical modeling computer animation, with which she introduced the concept instrumental interaction in the visual arts. She has framed
numerous master’s and theses courses, on modelling retroactive physics for the dynamic visual arts. Annie Luciani has realized on these principles and perspectives a number of several artistic works.