Motion Capture is an exhibition that explores the relationship of movement within drawing and the moving image. Featuring artworks from the mid-twentieth century through to the present day, the exhibition emphasizes the way in which artists have employed the capacities of these mediums to communicate and embody movement.
The question of how we understand drawing in our increasingly technological world is fundamental to Motion Capture. While the traditional characteristics of drawing as a tactile and intimate medium might seem at odds with the digital networks of our age, drawing re-emerges in new forms, often in response to technologies that have altered our sense of movement, time and space.
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