Slow Motion

Jan 8, 2009

Have you ever dropped a glass, or broken a dish and thought about what is physically happening in that split second of panic? Each of the images in Slow Motion was created in a controlled environment where the sound of impact triggers a strobe light illuminating the scene for a fraction of second, long enough to capture the image on film. The result is perfectly frozen motion of an object being broken apart; a sight too fast to be captured by the human eye.
– Dan Phakos, class of 2010

This exhibition is co-sponsored by the Department of Visual Arts and the Physics Department



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