Description:

An interactive video installation based on an old surrealist parlor game. The user combines body parts set to rhythmic timing that stack together to create unique beats and stories.
Events
Smithsonian - PaikBot Family Day

Smithsonian – PaikBot Family Day

Exquisite Motion Corpse hits the road and travels to Washington DC on May 6th for PaikBot Family Day.  This event was  part of the activities surrounding the exhibition Nam June Paik: Global Visionary at the Smithsonian American Art Museum. We were honored to be part of an event involved such an amazing exhibition at one...
1st Place Winner - River Gallery

1st Place Winner – River Gallery

Exquisite Motion Corpse ties for first place at the 10Under40 art Exhibition at the Chelsea River Gallery! If you missed the grand opening event you can still view the video installation along with 10 other artist work from November 10th through December 22nd.  A Big congratulations to Helen Gotlib for sharing the 1st place tie...
Museum of Contempoary Art in Chicago

Museum of Contempoary Art in Chicago

Exquisite Motion Corpse featured on a first Friday event at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago.  The crew packed the industrial sized monitors in the car and headed to Chicago for the one night event.  Late night visitors to the museum could interact with the installation.  Photos also on our Facebook Page. Museum of...
Exquisite Motion Corpse Debuts at the 50th Ann Arbor Film Festival.

Exquisite Motion Corpse Debuts at the 50th Ann Arbor Film Festival.

Exquisite Motion Corpse makes it debut at the 50th Ann Arbor Film Festival as part of its 50 Screens Project. After talking to Ann Arbor Film Festival director Donald Harrison about our nascent interactive project involving 4 channels of video, he mentioned it would fit perfectly with the festival’s 50th anniversary promotional campaign called the 50...