....... denk ik dan, hoewel ik weet dat terugkijken niet lukt wegens geen tijd.. zoals nu weer in een blog.
Om het jou door te spelen in je opleiding?Of omdat ik er nu nog geen plek voor weet ? Wegens te diep geraakt?
Leve het interculturele internet met virtuele sporen en verbanden. En laten we nu eens "tags" geven aan dit levenslange leren....vol verwondering voor nu en later.
Jo.

donderdag 8 maart 2012

Lichaam, vorm, beweging...dynamiek in beeld

Wat krijg je als je bewegingsenergie omzet in vorm, lijn en bollen? 
....Ontdek hier hoe deze artiesten de dynamiek van sportprestaties treffend weergeven... in materie. (wel digitaal).
Een voorbeeld van een beeldhouwwerk op basis van deze beweging:



















In deze video hieronder zie je de beweging van de sportmensen omgezet in installaties: beelden in actie. In het begin zie je bewegende constructies maar even verder zie je sportmensen in volle actie en tegelijk de dynamische vertaling in vormen. Gebruik je pauzeknop af en toe.  


Quayola and Memo Akten – Artists
Forms is an ongoing collaboration between visuals artists Memo Akten and Quayola, a series of studies on human motion, and its reverberations through space and time. It is inspired by the works of Eadweard Muybridge, Harold Edgerton, Étienne-Jules Marey as well as similarly inspired modernist cubist works such as Marcel Duchamp’s “Nude Descending a Staircase No.2″. Rather than focusing on observable trajectories, it explores techniques of extrapolation to sculpt abstract forms, visualizing unseen relationships – power, balance, grace and conflict – between the body and its surroundings.

The project investigates athletes; pushing their bodies to their extreme capabilities, their movements shaped by an evolutionary process targeting a winning performance. Traditionally a form of entertainment in todays society with an overpowering competitive edge, the disciplines are deconstructed and interrogated from an exclusively mechanical and aesthetic point of view; concentrating on the invisible forces generated by and influencing the movement.


The source for the study is footage from the Commonwealth Games. The process of transformation from live footage to abstract forms is exposed as part of the interactive multi-screen artwork, to provide insight into the evolution of the specially crafted world in which the athletes were placed.




 

The video installation is currently being exhibited at the National Media Museums ’In The Blink of an Eye’ Exhibition, 9th March – 2nd September, 2012, alongside classic images by photographers as diverse Harold Edgerton, Eadweard Muybridge, Roger Fenton, Richard Billingham and Oscar Rejlander as well as historic items of equipment, films and interactive displays.

See video and more information on The Creators Project site.

Quayola and Memo Akten – Artists
Nexus Interactive Arts - Production Company
Beccy McCray – Producer
Jo Bierton – Production Manager
Matthias Kispert - Sound design
Maxime Causeret – Houdini Developer
Raffael F J Ziegler (AKA Moco) – 3D Animator
Katie Parnell – 3D Tracker
Eoin Coughlan – 3D Tracker
Mark Davies – 3D Tracking Supervisor


Commissioned by the National Media Museum for the ‘In The Blink of an Eye‘ Exhibition 2012; with the support of imove, part of the Cultural Olympiad programme.

With thanks to BBC Motion Gallery and Commonwealth Games Federation


memo.tv
quayola.com
nexusinteractivearts.com
nationalmediamuseum.org.uk/
london2012.com/cultural-olympiad

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