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art is Emotional

From: TERRY E.
Sent on: Monday, September 7, 2009 10:14 AM
As part of our current program (Intell. of Emotions) and for those of you who are film buffs, the Blanton Museum, currently has an exhibition dealing with the movie film's attempt to represent interior states or landscapes(emotions). In super-slow motion actors on LCD screens transition from one emotion to another. Bill Viola(the artist/filmmaker) identified 4 basic emotions- joy, sorrow,anger and fear. You can check it out on their web-site..enjoy...Terry

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