Tai Chi

Tai Chi is a series of five new video artworks by Universal Everything

The motion graphics pieces, which are showing at Tokyo’s FRAMED Gallery, were created using data that was motion captured from a Tai Chi master as he performed various movements. The artworks are individually available to buy in editions of 5,000.  A version of the work can be viewed on the Creative Review iPad app.

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