G-in-sunglassess.mov

Fry, C. 2017. G-in-sunglassess.mov.

TitleG-in-sunglassess.mov
CreatorsFry, C.
Description

G-in-sunglasses.mov is the performance of a drawing. The physical gestures of swiping, flicking and pinching become a mode of viewing where selection, comparison and framing are dominant considerations. The viewer is offered an apparent freedom of access, choosing to focus on a single line or zooming out to the whole, and yet the experience seems far removed from the subject itself, G in sunglasses.

Date2017
Web address (URL)https://vimeo.com/236047256
Media typeVideo

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