The source imagery comes from drawings from my sketchbooks and from the Méconnaissance series. With this series, I began to see my drawings as source material that could be utilized for animated work as well as being an individual piece. A drawing could now have multiple lives and different iterations.
To determine how and when a section would appear or overlap another in the layer, I used a chance operation similar to the one used in Kinetic Drawing Number 6. The first roll determined which section out of seven would be used, the second roll determined the number of dice I would need to decide how many iterations of that section there would be, the third roll was for how many dice I needed to roll to determine the amount of overlap or amount space between each section, and the fourth roll was for the number of times those dice would be rolled. A fifth roll determined whether the next group would overlap the former or vice versa. When each section was completed, I rolled to determine how long the next layer would be. When the final composite was generated, I had eight pieces of animation ranging in length between 2:30 min to 10 min. Over the course of the piece, sections are repeated and placed in a new context relative to the other parts.
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