Time and Motion

Time and Motion - Art 100 Instructor: Grambo Time and...

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Art 100 Instructor: Grambo Time and Motion Nov 18, 2010 I. Actual Motion A. Actual Motion: motion in which bodies change their position over time B. Kinetic Art: art that actually moves Artwork: Tim Hawkinson, Emotor, 2001 C. Mobile: a type of kinetic sculpture that responds to air currents Artwork: Alexander Calder, The Star, 1960 II. Implied Motion A. Implied Motion: motion that is suggested by the artist rather than actual B. Repetitive Imagery: a method of implying motion, as in the frames of a comic book Example: Bill Watterson, Calvin and Hobbes Artwork: Eadweard Muybridge, Running at Full Speed, 1887 C. Figure Repetition: a method of suggesting the passage of time, as by showing figures in a series of different positions, to tell a narrative Example: Cover, The Flash, 1964 III. Illusion of Motion A. Illusion of Motion: the sense that a static object or work is in the process of moving B. Motion Picture: a method of depicting motion by presenting a series of photographs in rapid succession
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