Tuesday, 13 August 2013

Representing Re-formation

A new video screen for Representing Re-formation has been created by Andrew Williams, Leverhulme Artist in Residence at the Space Research Centre, University of Leicester.

Video stills from the Installation at Thetford

Organisations involved in the Project

It employs the 3D laser scan of the monuments of Thomas Howard, 3rd Duke of Norfolk, and Henry Fitzroy, Duke of Richmond, both in St. Michael’s, Framlingham, Suffolk, as the basis of an artistic re-imaging.
Both monuments were originally designed to stand in the Cluniac Priory Church in Thetford.
The project Representing Re-formation is a three year project supported by the organisations shown above. Dr Philip Lindley is the lead researcher.
The film is showing at the Ancient House, Museum, Thetford, Norfolk until the end of March 2014 as a part of Thetford's Lost Tudor Sculptures' exhibition.

For more information please see: http://tendeadsheep.blogspot.com/  (the official Blog for Andrew Williams)

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