Margaret Dolinsky : Figuratively Speaking, 2010
Figuratively Speaking, 2010, is a confrontation of faces as figures that have their own movements and sounds when approached. They exist on a wide-open landscape surrounded by the sea (see).The main characters are based on watercolor paintings, which have been recreated as 3D computer graphic models.
The head movements, their expression, and the qualities of the face convey social information. Their asymmetrical faces and quirky movements facilitate communication with one another through captivating but incomparable voices.
Courtesy of Margaret Dolinsky. Featured in New Media Futures: The Rise of Women in the Digital Arts.
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