Broken Stillness at Salisbury Art Centre

10 March – 21 April 2011

Showing the Glenlandia archive in this exhibition alongside works by boredomresearch, Sigune Hamann, Peter Hardie, Tim Head and Susan Sloan


Curated by Helen Sloan, Director, SCAN
www.scansite.org

10am – 4pm Tuesdays – Saturdays
Salisbury Arts Centre, Bedwin Street, Salisbury, SP1 3UT
www.salisburyartscentre.co.uk

The subtle, beautiful and hypnotic works in Broken Stillness use digital practices to examine the border where well-established forms of image-making, especially painting and photography, meet the possibilities offered by new technologies. Through animation, motion capture, modelling software and other processes the artists generate unexpected interpretations of landscape and portraiture traditions. Slowly moving and shifting, their works reveal the constructed nature of images, highlighting our expectations about both static pictures and the hyper-speed of the digital environment.
The exhibited works display the materiality of the digital or photographic image while challenging images that are frequently regarded as ‘true’ representations.