These portraits lie between painting, animation, video and sculpture. They draw from all of these practices and whilst entirely constructed in 3D software the motion of the subject is recorded from real life.
- Susan Sloan is a Lecturer/Research Fellow at the National Centre for Computer Animation, Bournemouth University, UK. She works both collaboratively and alone using animation to create artworks and public projects. Her work has been shown nationally and internationally at exhibitions including the SIGGRAPH Gallery, San Diego; 404 Festival, Argentina; IVO3 London; IVO6, London, Sydney; Kunstihoone Gallery, Tallinn, Estonia; Yokohama Art Museum, Japan; An Tuireann, Isle of Skye, Glasgow International Festival; NPAR, Annecy Animation Festival, France. She has undertaken a number of residencies including District of Columbia Schools, Washington DC; Royal Scottish Academy, Florence and The National Centre for Computer Animation, Bournemouth University.
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