Jay Mark Johnson is an artist with a broad experience in visual effects production, having supervised and/or directed the computer generated imagery for nearly a dozen major studio films and television series. Noted for his work in architecture and design, he has projects in the permanent collection of the MOMA (NYC), as well as at the Smithonian Institution and the Art Institute of Chicago.
His varied and prolific career also spans theatre and performance art, journalism, live musical performance, and photography.
Motion Studies captures and represents the continuous movements of the body, 'isolating discrete gestures to develop distinct, fluid delineations of bodily motion... and attempting to expand upon existing understandings of the body's internal motivations and internal nature.'
The studies use unconventional photographic techniques and the resulting hybrid images are both strange and familiar.
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