volume 13, issue 3, P189-191 2018
DOI: 10.1177/1746847718812878
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Suzanne Buchan

Abstract: This issue's optic is trained on Asia, with articles on relationships between aesthetics, style, politics and culture. One of the aims of animation: an interdisciplinary journal is to encourage epistemological debates on what defines animation-among other approaches-as a term, a style of making, or a technique that shares the material base and digital properties of the moving image. This extends into cultures, and while a notably Western perspective on aesthetics and style predominated in discussions of animat…

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