Sequences curated by Paul St George

Sequences is an exhibition of contemporary work that uses sequences of images to explore ideas of space, time, movement and duration. Marey and other chronophotographers first explored these ideas at the turn of the nineteenth century. 2004 marks the centenary of Marey’s death. In those 100 years chronophotography has been in the shadow of cinema, but now it is emerging once again in post cinema practices, digital art and new experimental photography. Artists have found that sequences of images offer new opportunities for exploring the timeless issues such as subjectivity, the subject’s experience of time and space and the aesthetics that operate at the intersection of time and space.

Examples of chronophotography
List of venues
Contributing artists
Sequences is produced by peterborough digital arts. For more information please contact Paul St George

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