Animation by Nicole Antebi / Sound by Alex Dickey
Mary Hallock Greenewalt received 11 patents for her “color organ,” an early form of synthesizer. She would spend the rest of her life defending them. Words and animation at https://www.topic.com/industrial-light-and-magic
Nicole Antebi interviews historian David Dorado Romo about the fight to preserve the oldest barrio in El Paso from the City itself.
In the summer of 2018, I met with fronterizo historian David Dorado Romo to discuss the City of El Paso’s dishonest plan to destroy the City’s oldest barrio and the cultural crossroads of the southern border. I transcribed and illustrated our interview for Longreads with animated gifs.
I’ve been working with UC Merced Professor, Tanya Golash-Boza on a 15-part video series that serves as a supplement to Golash-Boza’s course on the Origins of Race and Racisms. The animations add an additional layer of visualizing concepts and making digestible abstract information referenced in Professor Golash-Boza’s lectures. All 15 episodes can be found here: https://vimeo.com/user85226246
Stills below from Racism and the Criminal Justice System episode:
Still below from the Scientific Racism episode:
Here’s a peek at some stills from The Second Shelf‘s upcoming Kickstarter campaign. Their mission is to inspire new and established collectors to read women and balance the bookshelves. I can’t tell you how excited I am about this project and to contribute in a small way. Animation/Motion Graphics by Nicole Antebi and Music by Laura Ortman.
Here’s a peek at a recent video we produced for Womanswork on their special gloves designed specifically to fit a woman’s hand.
I’m working on two end-of-the-month deadlines for women-run businesses. I like to round out the day by watching a film while doing some animation sketching. I usually post these animated gifs to https://www.instagram.com/the_last_menagerie/ The backgrounds are from a beautiful collection of French Textile Samples (1863) found over at The Public Domain Review.