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The history of motion graphics :

by Betancourt, Michael,
, from avant-garde to industry in the United States / Published by : Wildside Press, ([Rockville, Md.] :) Physical details: 314 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. ISBN:1434441504; 9781434441508.
Subject(s): Cinematography, Abstract. | Experimental films -- History and criticism. | Television commercials. | Video art -- History. | Computer art. | Computer animation.
Year: 2013 List(s) this item appears in: Interactive media | Animation | Movie production
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 297-300) and index.

Prehistory -- Synaesthesia -- Color music -- Color music inventors -- Visual music -- Kinetic typography -- Inventing the abstract film -- The futurist abstract films (1909-1912) -- Léopold Survage (1879-1968) -- The Dada/Constructivist cinema (1919-1929) -- Man Ray's Le retour à la raison (1923) -- Murphy & Léger's Ballet mécanique (1924) -- Walther Ruttmann (1887-1941) -- Viking Eggeling (1880-1925) -- Hans Richter (1888-1976) -- Marcel Duchamp's Anémic cinéma (1926) -- Laszlo Moholy-Nagy (1895-1946) -- Towards a universal language of media -- The sound film -- Montage -- Oskar Fischinger (1900-1967) -- Mary Ellen Bute (1906-1983) -- Len Lye (1901-1980) -- Norman McLaren (1914-1987) -- Modernist television -- John (1917-1995) & James (1921-1982) Whitney -- Harry Everett Smith (1923-1991) -- Avant-garde film in parallax -- American modernism -- The rise of post-war abstraction -- Design on TV -- The "television project" -- Commercials & the experimental film -- Mainstreaming the avant-garde -- Museum validation -- Intermedia -- The Vortex concerts -- 'Structural' film studies -- The invention of video art -- Signal/image processing -- Inventing computer art -- The computer film -- Programmed animations -- Stan VanDerBeek (1927-1984) -- Lillian Schwartz (1927-) -- John Whitney's 'Digital harmony' -- Media convergence -- Digital video -- Feature film title design -- The early (experimental) period -- The studio period -- The designer period -- The logo period -- The contemporary designer period -- TV & video game title design -- Live TV -- Broadcast/network TV -- Cable TV -- Internet -- Video game titles -- Video game end titles -- The context of title design -- The continuing synaesthetic tradition -- Stan Brakhage (1933-2003) -- Dennis H. Miller -- The digital experiment -- Commercial synaesthesia

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