Tentative Film Screening Wednesday, Sept. 18th at 5:30pm in the Black Box Studio
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The film portion of [siccer] uses stop-motion film techniques—a meticulous process of photographing objects or people as they incrementally execute poses, gestures and scenarios. After hundreds of photographs are taken, they are then sequenced to produce a likeness to bio-mechanical motion. In this collection of moving images, Rawls questions the labor of bodies at the moment they are captured on camera, and what happens beyond the frame of the camera lens.
Support for Adeyemi’s time at MANCC is provided, in part, by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.