Founded in 1996, Flow Motion are multimedia artists Anna Piva and Edward George (co-founder Trevor Mathison left in 2002).
Flow Motion’s work has been shown at the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art; the Pompidou Centre in Paris; Iniva; the Science Museum’s Dana Centre; The Lilian Baylis Studio at Sadler’s Wells Theatre in London; the Steirischer Herbst Arts Festival in Austria and Star City’s historic Cosmonaut’s Club in Russia.
In 2005, Flow Motion completed Astro Black Morphologies/Astro Dub Morphologies, the first of a three-part sound art and science project, created in collaboration with Southampton University’s Astrophysics Department, and exhibited and performed at the John Hansard Gallery (UK), the Science Museum Dana Centre (UK) and SETI (US).
In 2007 Flow Motion completed Invisible, the second of a three-part multimedia sound art and science project, which was installed in the observatories at the Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge University, and performed at the Science Museum Dana Centre (UK).
Flow Motion’s project Promised Lands was the subject of an artists’ research residency at Iniva, performance presentations at Iniva (2008) and ISEA (2009), and the online image, music and text web project promisedlands.info.