971 Horses + 4 Zebras

Curated by Jordan Baseman & Gary Thomas

Featuring artists from the UK, Japan, Ireland, Australia and the USA the exhibition is a celebration of the unpredictable processes of experimental animation.

Art Exhibition previously on at MADA Gallery, Monash University in Australia.
From Thursday 25 April 2013 to Wednesday 15 May 2013
Launch Wednesday 24 April 2013, 5-7pm

Emily Richardson, Cobra Mist, 2008. 6.42min.  image Katie Goodwin, In Between Inception (1 and 2), 2011. 2.44min.  image

Published by anonymous on Tuesday 26 March 2013.
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Yu Araki, Nathaniel Mellors, Kit Wise, David O’Reilly, Inger Lise Hansen, David Theobald, Jordan Baseman, Katie Goodwin, Chris Shepherd (from Designs By Paul Hatcher), Lois Rowe And Patrick Rowan, Emily Richardson, Tadasu Takamine, James Lowne and Geraint Evans

Curated by Jordan Baseman & Gary Thomas

Contemporary artists increasingly are using animation techniques in a wide variety of approach and style. This international and eclectic programme celebrates the unpredictable processes of experimental animation, with a focus on how animation as a labour intensive process and form is being applied in the creation of conceptual artworks. The title is taken from a work by Yu Araki in which images of horses, appropriated from the internet, reference the pre-cinema animation of Eadweard Muybridge.

Through 2012 – 2013 the exhibition will tour Wimbledon Space Wimbledon College of Art, TATE Modern (London, UK), CAST (Contemporary Art Spaces Tasmania), MADA Gallery | Monash University, Australia, and The British School at Rome.