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Summary

Clare Charnley’s film to rock, on display in Da Vinci Engineered, is of a moving artwork she made with the help of the Mechanical Engineering Department at the then Humberside Polytechnic. Originally displayed in different forms in London at City Racing and then Whitechapel Gallery, the work involved large pieces of curved glass being rocked slowly with the aid of motors, pulleys and gears. Charnley has described this rocking motion as being linked ‘to the idea of change’ and will explain why in this illustrated talk which also puts the work into the context of her more recent practice.

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89 Posterngate
Hull
HU1 2JN

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