An exhibition of new digital collages opened at the Vitrine Gallery in London. Vicki Bennett's work is created using an unusual technique which expands film scenes beyond their conventional screen ratio making familiar Hollywood situations stretch out to reach the viewer.
Bennett’s evoke the British Vorticism movement of the early 20th Century, attempting to capture dynamic movement with still images. Bennett often uses digital technology to apply analogue techniques and for more than a decade has used rotoscoping in her short films and live audiovisual performances to mask, cut and place objects elsewhere on screen.
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