sense of movement


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Noun1.sense of movement - the ability to feel movements of the limbs and bodysense of movement - the ability to feel movements of the limbs and body
proprioception - the ability to sense the position and location and orientation and movement of the body and its parts
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The painting is evocative and follows a distinct merging of a theme of movement and stillness while attempting to discreetly cause a sense of movement within.
There are countless details to pore over, the sense of movement and vibrancy is stunning and the text, in its simple, handwritten style, is minimal and complements the power of the illustrations.
For me cubism represents a fusion of my past and present and it adds depth and a sense of movement to my work," the artist says.
Kinaesthesia is defined here as the sense of movement as a source of personal knowledge and a resource for innovation in the arts and wider culture.
It's this sense of peril that grips you from the off - a constant sense of movement in the shadows, a stomach clenching feeling that at any moment you'll be spirited away.
There was a tremendous sense of movement on a stage full of swaying ropes that the crew often used as ladders.
We also notice, in our focus image and a few others of these travel posters, a sense of movement created simply through wavy lines and curved shapes.
Meanwhile, indirect lighting through floor lamps, pin lights, recessed lights and sparklers or candles creates ambiance as well as a sense of movement.
The heart of the space is a series of vertical walnut fins that creates a sense of movement as you walk alongside them.
The faade on the new building provides a sense of movement through the glimmering reflection of sunlight filtered through the prominent Rosslyn Street tree scape.
The facade provides a sense of movement through the glimmering reflection of sunlight filtered through the prominent Rosslyn Street tree scape.
However, it was the phrase "life in motion," used in the orthopedic practice, that inspired the building's fluid design that provides a constant sense of movement, particularly on Its exterior.