Sofie Gibson
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"Staccato" ~ Walkover on the balance beam: 'Single exposure. Multiple images created with custom flash synchronization and multiple flash heads.' • photo: King Douglas

"Staccato" ~ Walkover on the balance beam: 'Single exposure. Multiple images created with custom flash synchronization and multiple flash heads.' • photo: King Douglas

The contemporary artist Daniel Crooks' work takes the idea of multiple viewpoints and uses digital media to playfully explore this theme. He uses digitally video to chop up, warp or blends images - creating distorted figures that seem to have been stretched by using a slow shutter speed or a photocopier. The images feel like they distort time and space and in this respect relate to the work of the Futurist's (an early 20th Century movement that in some aspects was influenced by Cubism).

The contemporary artist Daniel Crooks' work takes the idea of multiple viewpoints and uses digital media to playfully explore this theme. He uses digitally video to chop up, warp or blends images - creating distorted figures that seem to have been stretched by using a slow shutter speed or a photocopier. The images feel like they distort time and space and in this respect relate to the work of the Futurist's (an early 20th Century movement that in some aspects was influenced by Cubism).

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Kāli by Gabor Somoskoi which the project states about an indian god with multiple hands. A modern dressed version of classical dance movement.