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 sense of movement created by the interpenetration of forms and volumes, the feeling of lightness and of weight, the kinds of schematic narrative and the monumental scale, speak to us, in their difficult yet attractive forms, of the force of human action and of the struggle for a better, more sincere world.
BMW has tried to implement a sense of movement and speed by creating a 'powerful three-dimensional design on its surfaces.
The five elements within the ball turn and weave under each other to give a sense of movement and direction.
The shifting backdrop of images reinforces the sense of movement through pre-history and the emerging landscape.
Resumption of draining asphalt on the RN 104 between the inner PR PR 14 + 190 to 24 + 800 in the department of Val d~Oise, in the internal sense of movement.
His goal is to illustrate a sense of movement in figures that are motionless on his canvases.
Pelekanos' art is characterised by chromatic colors and a sense of movement.
A wall installation of woodfired stoneware tiles and brightly glazed shallow porcelain bowls created a lyrical sense of movement in the stillness of the East gallery.
A tension is created between the still focal point of the image and the sense of movement in the blurred sections, as though the photos were taken in movement.
This is a band that uses speed to its advantage to create a sense of movement and power that's easy to get caught up in.
There is a sense of movement as Britannia's hair and robes flow, as does the mane of the lion, an iconic symbol of strength and pride.
There is a sense of movement as Britannia's hair and robes flow, as does the mane of the lion, an iconic symbol of strength and pride that I was keen to include, and I hope that the two appear united as I intended them.