This workshop is an activity linked to Silly Symphony, an installation by Martin Vitaliti at the Fundació Joan Miró exploring the first American cartoons from the early 1930s. It was the start of the great 'Golden Age' of animated pictures with synchronised sound. In the main studios of that time, the so-called inbetweeners were anonymous animators responsible for creating intermediate frames between two specific points of a cartoon character's movements.
Can we imagine that production line, where the entire team of professionals worked in synchronisation to give movement and sound to the characters?
In Inbetweeners, we give soul to the drawings and sound to the landscape hosting them.
Created and led by Martin Vitaliti
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