meaning in motion
Meaning in Motion presents a four-part interactive suite by UWM Peck School of the Arts professor Nathaniel Stern collectively entitled Body Language (2000-2013). The works (elicit, enter, stuttering, and scripted) invite viewers to interact with digital projections that track and respond to movement by producing animated text and spoken utterances. Through the juxtaposition of motion performed by the viewer's physical body with computer-generated words and speech, this series explores the complex ways in which the body and language depend upon each other in order to create and communicate meaning.
Read the catalogue below (physical copies and digital copies can be ordered/downloaded through MagCloud).
The exhibition was on view at INOVA from Thursday, November 17th through Friday, December 2nd, 2016.
I curated this exhibition, gave a gallery talk, and wrote the accompanying catalogue, introductory wall text, and labels in completion of my Master's degree in Art History with an emphasis on Museum Studies.
Reception and gallery talk: November 17, 2016
4:30 - 6:30 PM
Conversation with the artist: November 19, 2016