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Exhibition Detail
Stop & Go 3-D / Doppler Stop
Curated by: Sarah Klein, Mel Prest


May 3rd, 2012 - May 8th, 2012
Opening: 
May 3rd, 2012 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
 
Stop & Go 3-D, Stop & Go 3-D, 2012
© Sarah Klein
Without You, Tal RosnerTal Rosner, Without You, 2008, Video
© Tal Rosner
Castro Valley Jump, Gilbert HsiaoGilbert Hsiao, Castro Valley Jump,
2012, Video
© Gilbert Hsiao
The Museum of Touch and Feel, Jeanne SternJeanne Stern, The Museum of Touch and Feel,
2009, Video
© Jeanne Stern
From Intuition to Calculation, Albert RoskamAlbert Roskam, From Intuition to Calculation,
2012, Video
© Albert Roskam
Pandora\'s Block, Abbey Luck & Sean DonnellyAbbey Luck & Sean Donnelly,
Pandora's Block, 2007, Video
© Abbey Luck & Sean Donnelly
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Stop & Go 3-D features a new series of stop-motion animations by 27 contemporary visual artists and filmmakers from around the world.  The program dramatically plays with our visual senses through the artist’s use of stobing effects, afterimages, anaglyphic experiments, optical elements and three-dimensional spoofs. The animations in this program were chosen from a world-wide open call for submissions and by invitation. Five of the animations in the program require the audience to wear red/cyan-colored glasses to fully engage with the work. The show will screen alongside Doppler Stop an exhibition of optically and perceptually challenging artworks. Pairing the screening alongside an exhibition is designed to illuminate a deeper connection between the artists’ primary practices of painting, drawing and sculpture and the processes used in their animations.


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