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Motion Disabled:Faces is a new and stunning time based installation by artist Simon Mckeown which playfully explores perceptions of the human face and voice using audio and facial motion capture animation.


Featuring a number of disabled actors – words and poetry along with emotions such as joy and sadness are all digitally mapped and manipulated to explore difference and belonging.


The process uses techniques normally associated with feature films and computer games to create an amazing and immersive experience supported by an interactive website.


Motion Disabled: Faces launched in May 2013 at The Public in West Bromwich.

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