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Synchronic Journey 2010-2011
In extending the Journey to Freedom project for research purpose of my Doctorate studies, I collaborated with Celia de Villiers and members of the Intuthuko Sewing Group to develop embroideries from animation stills. I presented several animation stills and together with celia selected details and discussed digital principles that could influence potential embroideries. Celia and the Intuthuko Sewing Group then developed and created the work.
The work was exhibited as part of my Doctoral research exhibition TRANSCODE//DIALOGUES AROUND INTERMEDIA PRACTICE https://issuu.com/gwenmiller0/docs/transcode_catalogue_gwenneth_miller_2015_small
and is written up in my thesis MODELLING AN INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO INTERMEDIALITY WITHIN VISUAL ART PRACTICE IN SOUTH AFRICA available at http://uir.unisa.ac.za/handle/10500/22002
It was taken up in the permanent art collection of the University of South Africa and was exhibited again on the Recent Aquisitions exhibition, in the Unisa Art Gallery.
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