The first two objects in my "Frozen Motion" series are mounted 3D printed object created using existing motion capture data in combination with particle simulation.
Conceptually the objects enclose the space occupied by a dancer while making a jump and turn. The freely available motion capture data is manipulated to not show the motion itself, but the path the body parts take through space. By combining all the motion paths of all body parts into a single volume, the object reveals space as occupied through time. A video, linked by QR code, shows the original movement; not frozen but smeared out in time.
Frozen.Motion(2) was included in:
Digitalia, National Juried Exhibition of Digital Art
Juror: Bruce Wands - Jury Award (Third Price)
Barrett Art Center, Poughkeepsie, NY, March 18 - April 15, 2017
Materialized: Juried 3D Printed Art Exhibition
Juror: Joshua Harker
University Art Gallery, Central Michigan University, January 13 - February 11, 2017
Frozen.Motion(1) was included in:
Monmouth University Faculty Exhibition 2017
DiMattio Gallery, Monmouth University, West Long Branch, NJ