Magazine article Screen International

Film 4.0 to Support Online Collaborative Art Project This Exquisite Forest

Magazine article Screen International

Film 4.0 to Support Online Collaborative Art Project This Exquisite Forest

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The scheme is aimed at bringing together artists and the wider creative community to allow people to create short animations.

The online project This Exquisite Forest, conceived by visual artist Chris Milk and digital media artist Aaron Koblin and presented by Tate and Google, launched today.

The scheme is designed to bring together artists, gallery visitors and a wider online creative community and will allow people to create short animations that form collaboratively into 'trees'.

To get the project started, seven artists from Tate's collection have created a series of short animation sequences using a web-based drawing tool developed by Google. Users of the website and visitors to the gallery are invited to draw and animate new sequences, continuing the 'seeds'. …

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