Eric Dyer Animation, with human charm

The Boston Globe Apr 09, 2019

Eric Dyer’s brilliant “Eadweard’s Menagerie” turns a post-#MeToo gaze on some of Eadweard Muybridge’s 19th-century photographic locomotion studies. The so-called “grandfather of motion pictures” shot nudes of women cavorting. Concentric strips of the frolicsome ladies fill most of Dyer’s rotating panel. A nude of Muybridge himself rings the perimeter. But look closely: one woman seems to help another cover herself; another stands up. Dyer has added heartening hints of resistance.

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