Breaking handshakes down to stills

Created a collection of stills from the gifs, to see how they worked as an aid to transfer the moves. This is the crowing collection. They don’t really convey the movement at all. It is hard to know how the moves connect, even if I was to break them down to higher frequency of stills. So unlike the Sign Language game, the information is not transferable I think through stills, but through gifs in some way. Though this does remind me a bit of the work that looks at Marina Abromovic’s performance ‘The artist is present’ and uses photographs to examine all the people who cried, and what time they cried. It is an interesting artwork that does manage to be kid of research and kind of art. building out from an existing artwork in a new way is interesting.

http://www.thefader.com/2012/07/02/marina-abramovic-made-me-cry

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About antonhecht

An artist who works collaboratively across mediums
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