Dutch-Italian freelance director and motion designer Giovanni Bucci, based in both Los Angeles and London, has just completed an vibrant, striking animation for artist Antonio Meneghetti.

The film, to be shown at art galleries and exhibitions, deconstructs one of Meneghetti’s paintings and immerses the viewer into the creative process of making the artwork.

The painting was provided to Bucci as a flat image, with a completely free brief to do as he like with it. Bucci has made both 2d and 3d stereoscopic versions of the film. You’ll need a pair of the old fashioned red and blue anaglyphic glasses to view the 3d version.

Title: OntoArte
Production: Stranirumori
Direction, Design, Animaton: Giovanni Bucci
Sound Design: Hoxton Lab (Marco Morano)

OntoArte (2D version) from GiovanniBucci.com on Vimeo.


OntoArte – 3D stereoscopic from GiovanniBucci.com on Vimeo.

Staff Reporter

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