The Way You Move Me at MADA Gallery

Leber and Chesworth are participating in 'The Social Life of Things' with Adam Cruickshank, Arlo Mountford and Nathan Gray. Curated by Alicia Renew.

The Way You Move Me is a two-channel video installation created by Sonia Leber and David Chesworth during their recent IASKA/Spaced residency. It captures the internal dynamics of various local herds through periods of intensification and slowness; sometimes highly chaotic and unpredictable, other times surprisingly ordered. Accompanied by a detailed, almost wordless sound design, this highly visceral work highlights both the seen and unseen forces that exist between humans and animals, meditatively framing the more personal moments of interspecies connection.


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The Social Life of Things
MADA Gallery
Monash University, Caulfield 
Melbourne, Australia
25 July to 1 September 2012
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