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This exhibition, the first in the series celebrating 100 years since the passing of Auguste Rodin, will present works by the artist alongside those of Eadweard Muybridge and Yuki Onodera.
Ahead of the birth of film, Muybridge used multiple cameras to create a form of motion photography that captured the continuous movements of animals and people. Meanwhile, Rodin explored the expression of movement through sculpture, and contemporary photographer Onodera pays homage to the work of Muybridge in her current photographic practice. Discover how these three artists pursue movement through stationary art forms, and see how their practice relates to each others’.