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Graphics AND Motion. Graphics ON Motion Futurism and Motion Between Image and Imagination

  • Ornella ZerlengaEmail author
  • Antonella Rosmino
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Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1140)

Abstract

The figurative language research to representing the painting’s movement of an object in space is the central theme of Futurism, influenced by the myth of the exaltation of the land and air speed of the machine, especially the airplane. Sharing the opinion which the construction of a painting is a function of a structure, a system of lines with regard to which is organized the two-dimensional representation, this contribution faces two topics. In the first, will be analyzed the ways of construction and graphic allusion to represent the action in motion in Futurist pictorial images of Balla, Russolo, Carra and Umberto Boccioni, the most innovative and creative Futurism’s member. From this analysis, new images will be created, which graphically interpret the vanguard of the last century. In the second, using the technique of digital motion graphics will elaborate the action represented in a work Futurist painter Tullio Crali, expanding the imagination by virtue of the design of a temporal and musical narration.

Keywords

Graphical analysis Motion graphics Futurism Aeropittura 

Notes

Acknowledgements

The videographic project on Crali’s painting is the object of study and research of the degree thesis in ‘Design and Communication’ by Antonella Rosmino with the scientific-disciplinary coordination by Ornella Zerlenga.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Architecture and Industrial Design (DADI)Università della Campania “Luigi Vanvitelli”AversaItaly

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