Research in Motion ( 2014)

Research in Motion are a series of 3 wooden glass cabinets containing a rotating spike of research material from my archive.

"Research in Motion points to how an image remains in flux after its production, locating a new tension for it that might point to alternative pasts and futures. Clare Strand’s long-held archive of images are continually revisited and adopted for new investigations. Her work Research in Motion presents a collection of imagery from her archive, placed into small lantern-like vitrines in which the images move to construct new optical encounters".

Extract from Moving the Image essay by Duncan Wooldridge.