The central investigation within this film is an attempt to visualise aspects of our shared environment from alternative perspectives. To explore the political and material conditions of resistance space, the project utilises 3D software to create very particular conditions, to challenge our assumptions of Modernism and our built environment.
This is a version of the film; Waiting for the Moderns. This adaption is an experimental edit, a reinterpretation of a central chapter (set of scenes) from ‘the Moderns’ film. The animation was developed specifically to respond to the curatorial concept of the exhibition in Linz.
|Additional Information:||Featured in the group exhibition: Always doing something, with somebody, somewhere at Atelierhaus Salzamt gallery, Linz, Austria. Dates: 25.02.15 to 10.03.2015 Curated by: Michelle Atherton and TC McCormack|
|Research Institute, Centre or Group:||Cultural Communication and Computing Research Institute > Art and Design Research Centre|
|Date:||25 February 2015|
|Deposited By:||Col Mccormack|
|Deposited On:||10 Jun 2015 09:34|
|Last Modified:||10 Jun 2015 09:34|
Most people, most of the time, behave well (Waiting for the Moderns)
MCCORMACK, Col (2015). Most people, most of the time, behave well (Waiting for the Moderns). [Video] (Unpublished)
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