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Kevin Sillam et Annie Luciani, Gravures Ephémères (2011)

[Moving image]

The art of visual motion emerges as an art in itself, as shown in many prolific attempts in the performing arts in which dance and image are combined. The following concept "before and beyond form, for moving visual art" is fundamental in ACROE's works in image and computing. Nonetheless, the transition from a concrete space necessary to transform visual movements into dynamic arts, though often experimented today in artifacts performing dance and image, remains an openned and unsolved question. Created with ACROE's Gravures Dynamiques software, "Gravures Ephémères" exposes micro sequences of animated images in which gestural movements expand in a dynamic way in the concrete image given various metaphors, which are themselves dynamics as diffusions, afterglows, sedimentations, flows...

Gravures Ephémères
Gravures Ephémères