West Haven, Conn., September 27, 2006 - Each year the Seton Art Gallery at the University of New Haven hosts a faculty show or features an art faculty member. This year, Todd Jokl, an instructor in art and multimedia at the University, will be unveiling his exhibit, "Stop Motion."
This exhibition features a selection of videos and works on paper. The videos in the exhibition were chosen from a series of one-minute videos. Jokl comments that "each video is deconstructed into its still image components where every frame from the corresponding video is displayed in a storyboard-like printout next to a monitor that displays the video. ‘Stop Motion' examines the relationship between the moving image and the still images that are utilized to create the simulation of a live, moving image."
The "Stop Motion" exhibit will run from October 12 through November 10 in the Seton Art Gallery which is located in Dodd's Hall on the UNH campus. An opening reception for the exhibit will be held on October 12 from 4:30-6:30. The snow date for this reception is October 13 from 4:30-6:30.
Seton Hall Gallery hours are Mon.-Fri. 1-5pm. For driving directions please see www.newhaven.edu. For more information regarding the exhibit or the gallery, please call 203-931-6065.