Animation

 
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Artist LIZ GOLDBERG and filmmaker Warren Bass have collaborated on animated films since 1999. Both are fellowship recipients of the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts in Film. Each film requires thousands of sketches and completed drawings. Their collaborative work have received nine international first place awards, and juried recognition in over two dozen festivals in eleven countries.

The process of animation has, in turn, influenced Liz's large scale works on paper producing diptychs, triptychs, and serial prints with progressive deviations.

 
 

Strings
by liz goldberg & warren bass

A pencil and ink animation by Liz Goldberg and Warren Bass inspired by Samuel Beckett's "Act Without Words" and Michel de Ghelderode's "School for Buffoons."


DRUMBA
BY LIZ GOLDBERG & WARREN BASS

Based on freehand drawings every three to five seconds while a live model strike intermittent poses, artist Liz Goldberg and filmmaker Warren Bass create an experimental animation that explores the veracity of the ultra quick sketch.


beat box philly
BY LIZ GOLDBERG & warren bass

An animated cityscape that explores the neighborhood's polarities, popular associations, and visual rhythms of the streets of Philadelphia.


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Vogueing & Other Pleasures
BY LIZ GOLDBERG & WARREN BASS

 


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Cuban Queens
BY LIZ GOLDBERG, WARREN BASS, & LOWELL BOSTON

"Cuban Queens" is a rhythmic study of subliminal hand-drawn portraits that evolve though shifting relationships of image-to-image and image-to-sound.  The film is a collaboration by Warren Bass (direction, experimental animation and music), Lowell Boston (additional animation), and Liz Goldberg (original graphics, sketched in the streets of Havana).