volume 10, issue 3, P222-237 2015
DOI: 10.1177/1746847715605605
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Abstract: Building on phenomenological studies of the body and feminist structural materialist film theory and practice, this article proposes that performed methods of direct-on-film animation shape novel choreographies and produce original filmic patterns and rhythms. The author draws a parallel between Foucault's disobedient 'non-normative' body and non-standardized interventions with film technology. The article analyses the innovative choreographies that arise from rotoscoping techniques, direct-on-film practices a…

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