Thu 01 Jan 1970 - Thu 01 Jan 1970
10am - 5pm
Maia Conrans work explores the inherent relationship between stillness and movement within moving image. Working in film, digital animation and installation, she references iconic scenes from cinema, often adding a touch of dark humour. New works draw on interactions between traditional film and digital production methods reflecting both the multiplicity of digital technology and the potential and limitations of the medium.
This solo exhibition presents new work developed through Exeter Phoenixs 2012 Digital Art Commission and supported by CALM, the University Exeters centre for 3D printing.
Download more information about the exhibition and individual works here.
Artist’s Talk & Screening: Sat 2 Mar, 2.30pm, FREE
The artist will discuss the exhibition and her wider practice followed by a rare screening of the classic 1928 silent movie that has provided inspiration for her work.