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Joshua Mosley and Institute of Contemporary Art, Penn

Dread
January 16 – March 29, 2009
Institute of Contemporary Art, Penn

Joshua Mosley titled his installation Dread after photographer Eadweard Muybridge’s motion study sequences of a dog named Dread. Made over a two-year period, Mosley’s Dread is composed of five bronze sculptures, and a six-minute, black-and-white, animated video that combines computer and stop-motion animation, as well as the artist’s own music and dialogue. (From the Institute of Contemporary Art (Penn) website)

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