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Star drawings and intersections

Armstrong, Daniel 2015, Star drawings and intersections, Fragmentos Exhibition (curator - Daniel Armstrong), The Escuela Activa de fotografia at Comonfort 2, Cuernavaca Centro, 62000 Cuernavaca, Mor., Mexico.

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Title Star drawings and intersections
Creator(s) Armstrong, Daniel
Year presented 2015
Year created 2015
Material type art original
Description of artwork Large digital print (approx' 2.3m x 1.1m) with various timber objects including dowel rods and timber table
Publisher Fragmentos Exhibition (curator - Daniel Armstrong)
Place of publication The Escuela Activa de fotografia at Comonfort 2, Cuernavaca Centro, 62000 Cuernavaca, Mor., Mexico
Keyword(s) Stars
Experimental photography
Art Science
Extended expsoure
Summary Star Drawings and Intersections (an experimental installation) With the camera attached directly to my body extended exposures of stars were made. The images were therefore subject to the physicality of the body and it’s movements. They represent the act of photography as an extension of the body and the lens as a replacement or extension of the eye (by utilizing the camera the primary and initial a point of visualisation). The final images render the movements of the body (during the time of the extended exposures) and traces of starlight imparted during these enacted and involuntary movements. Presented as a large scale (horizontal life/figurative size) grid of images the audience is afforded the ability to view and compare the individual images and to consider them as an experimental form of phenomenological data. The work also aims to be considered as a representation of an embodied relationship to both the medium of photography and the sublime cosmos, which captured during these gestural performances. During the exhibition audience members are encouraged the engage with the grid of images by placing various objects, such as timber dowel rods, against the images as a way of invoking an extended connection - a physical line of sight and as an act of pointing to and delineating single moments within the continuum of the rendered exposure. These interactions are also a way of engaging both the physicality of the gallery and temporality of the exhibition as the timber rods cast shadows across the images which shift over time with the ever changing angle of the Sunlight as it enters though the circular arched windows of the gallery.
Language eng
Field of Research 190599 Visual Arts and Crafts not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective 950104 The Creative Arts (incl. Graphics and Craft)
HERDC Research category J2 Minor original creative work
Copyright notice ©2015, Fragmentos Exhibition
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30080206

Document type: Artwork
Collection: School of Communication and Creative Arts
 
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