Wednesday, 17 June 2009

visualizations/body behind the curtain

We are browsing through the re-appearing techniques in Kenzo's work, one of which is developing movement as a result or side effect of visualizations.
The shifting focus and relational objectifying processes create curious gaps, interactive time gap for the movement to develop.
Take the ground melting image, for example, the focus will then be more on shaping the melting itself than shaping the movement. Movement arises by itself through relational accidentality.

a most appreciated 'puppet master authority'

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