URBAN SPACE IN ANIMATION: IMAGES OF SOCIAL SPACE
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Mikidenko ., N.L
(Mikidenko, N.L., Storozheva, S.P. : Siberian State University Of Telecommunications And Information Sciences, 86, Kirovstreet, Novosibirsk, 630102, Russian Federation e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com)
Proceedings of the XXV ISUF International Conference “Urban Form and Social Context: from Traditions to Newest Demands” (Krasnoyarsk, July 5–9, 2018)
Animation as a fenomenon of the mass culture ismore often becoming an object of resesearch interest, as it gives us wide facilities to represent values, characters, plots, and images. In resesarch animation films are a wayto consign culture values, experienceand worldview. Animation plots are a set in social space that can be defined as urban or nonurban, and the visual text of animated film is used to consider the dynamics of urban space as a cultural landscape and the development tendences of the city. Urban space is sociable, and its representation allows eliciting the estimations of a city as a type of culture. Beholding urban space in animation is based on the idea of a city as a social space. Perseption and outliving social space are studiedbyU.M. Lotman's research. Based on the analysis of a visual range of animationed films, an attempt to characterize the dynamic images of the city and urban space and tendences of changing the attitude to urban space is made. The research methodsinclude defining an animated film as a visual document that shows us resistant cultural images and social relations and representP. Shtompka’s interest and A. Usmanova's ideas. A visual range of an animated film is reflecting the localization of a character in urban space – a centre or countryside; it shows the type of housing, brings the marks in connection with a plot development, actions of a character, positive and negative acts, which are shown in the plot of an animated film and having a space localisation. Beholding different historical and cultural plots give us an opportunity to follow the dynamics of urban space estimations in the culture, all in all, changing infashointendences in the attitude to the city lifestyle. Animation allows us to projectthe desired changes in the urban space, show us real imagesas well asimaginary stories of the urban space. Using the methods of a comparative urban analysis of the visual range allows us following the tendences of thecitydevelopment.
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