2 Fragments of Motion Video Still
2 Fragments of Motion uses Super-8 film to capture brief quotations of text from works published by generations of members of his family, which are then re-shot on video. The idea is to knit phrases from different origins into a sentence that almost makes sense, but requires imagination to fill in the blanks and create relationships between the phrases. Each viewer will create meaning from the words in their own way, much like each generation of a family conforms in its own way to the needs of the time and place they live in while still maintaining a vital connection to the past. The video can be viewed several times each hour through December 31, on the screen above the main escalator/stair between Civic Plaza and Baggage Claim.
For a preview, watch the video here.
- Artist: Toby Kaufmann-Buhler
- Installation: July 15 - December 31, 2018
- Location: Civic Plaza/Baggage Claim Escalators
About the Artist: Based in Indiana, Toby Kaufmann-Buhler focuses on how one perceives the senses using a variety of media. Much of his work combines the use of video, film, composed sound, text, and installation work. Kaufmann-Buhler often collaborates with musicians, poets, composers, and visual artists to gain a broader understanding of his work's impact.