LATT: Graphology Chapter 4 – Focus on Cinematography


M HKA, Antwerpen

25 August 2011 - 25 September 2011

Graphology explored in four episodes the automatisms that may crop up in drawing. The human hand as a seismograph of the inner stirrings, but conversely, the 'unconscious mechanics' of the machine, which imposes itself on the human eye. In what way do graphic reproduction techniques lead a life of their own? A series of exhibitions at the intersection of drawing, photography, printmaking, film and computer graphics. 

The fourth episode interpreted the cinématographe, as patented by the Lumière brothers, in the most literal sense: as a graphical method to (re-)produce movement, a script of fragmented light images, a game of analysis and synthesis. This was the last episode of Graphology. The series was shown from May 2012 in the Drawing Room in London.

With work by Juliana Borinski, Marcel Broodthaers, Morgan Fisher, Nikolaus Gansterer, Sandra Gibson, Wim Janssen, Man Ray and Dominique Somers.

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