Art in Motion

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We looked at the work of Eadweard Muybridge; using Lomo cameras (see www.lomography.com ) The lomos are good because they have 4 lenses to capture movement. Lomos capture movement like the work of Muybridge. We used digital copies of our photographs and manipulated. We made studies from the photographs capturing movement; ref: futurist Umberto Boccioni. We finished by studying Juming and his Tai Chi series www.juming.org.tw/juming-en/index2_en.html We had a tai chi session and drew poses; made 3D card tai chi sculptures which were covered in modroc & painted stone color.

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July 2011
Thank you for sharing. The power points really helped the children to get the idea of how movement could be shown in their own work.
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October 2008
I have covered this unit several times but including Tai Chi is brilliant. I think I will include a Tai Chi demo/workshop before I do this unit again. Thanks!
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November 2007
Thank you sooo much for sharing your plans, power points, images and sheer hard work! I can't wait to try out your ideas.
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October 2007
These are brilliant - Thanks so much
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April 2007
Fabulous resources - thank you for sharing