HumanSculpture - Jefta (2010)

Jefta, student on digital art, has developed a processing program that allows, from a flux video, to break it down into a set of images and sew them together. This technique allows to visualize the body on movement from different angles but summarizing it into one single image.

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Jefta, student on digital art, has developed a processing program that allows, from a flux video, to break it down into a set of images and sew them together. This technique allows to visualize the body on movement from different angles but summarizing it into one single image.

The final depiction is closer to sculpture thanks to the reducing complexity of the different movements carried out.

The HumanSculpture project is a research on the human body motion capture, a study about the trail left by the path on a living body. Human body is always changing.

In between body restrictions and movements urge the body is used as a brush, using itself as a way of managing complex shapes. The moving objects are multiplied. Filling the space with images between the emptiness and the fullness, the human sculpture takes more and more space. The repetition of the different people that intertwine and overlap allows to perceive the path of the fix movements in the space.

Video: http://vimeo.com/28006646 http://vimeo.com/31744406

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  • Year Created: 2010
  • Submitted to ArtBase: Sunday Feb 12th, 2012
  • Original Url: http://www.jefta.be/php
  • Work Credits:
    • Jefta, primary creator
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