Story Boards are an organizational process for motion picture, animation, and interactive media that began in the animation industry at Walt Disney. A storyboard consists of a series of illustrations that form the sequence of the final product. This process helps directors/creators to understand their final goal before attempting the final product. Often additions or tweaks in the plot result from the storyboard and the ability to gage suspense when the scenes are laid out. In Film, some scenes may be shot ahead of time to fill the storyboards that can then be shown to marketers etc. Today they are both hand drawn and digital.
Anti-art literally refers to the rejection of previous standards considered art. In the early 1900s Marcel Duchamp’s ‘found art’ became the first referred to example. Anti-artwork may convey a specific disagreement with the art world, art market, or high art – most have become generally accepted today. Some anti art has denounced art making in general, and artworks have specifically been made for the act of destruction. The Dada, Surrealist, Lettrism, Situationist, and neo-Dada art movements all have their roots in anti-art. The most recent controversy regarding anti-art had to do with conceptual art in the Jewish Museum’s Holocaust exhibit.