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For an Archaeology of Kinetic Art
At a time when kinetic art seems to be enjoying a revival of interest, from critics and the market alike, several publications believe the archaeology of kinetic art still has to be written.
How to Keep Kinetic Art Moving
Modern art conservator Lydia Beerkens prevents kinetic artworks from becoming still lives.
Art History: The Evolution of Hypnotic Kinetic Sculptures
Stewart analyzes the history of kinetic sculpture: "While the definition explains the practical notion, it doesn’t emphasize the hypnotic capabilities of the artform."
Art that starts: Christie's puts on first UK show of kinetic works for decades
The art business hopes some of the pieces in its latest exhibition will move straight into the hands of rich private collectors
Digital Art and Meaning
Close readings of varied examples from genres of digital art such as kinetic concrete poetry, computer-generated text, interactive installation, mapping art, and information sculpture.
Making Art Work
The creative collaborations of engineers, artists, scientists, and curators over the past fifty years.
Art and Technology Studies (Undergraduate Program)
Students will gain access to specialized labs, such as VR, retro, kinetics, electronics, neon, and bio art, to create innovative works according to their own aesthetic visions.
Blog about global contemporary art and culture.
French artist working in the fields of op-art and kinetic art from 1954 onwards. He was the son of Victor Vasarely, who was a pioneer of op-art.
American artist, living and working in France, whose principal motivation in his choice of projects is the potential of working with movement, kinetic behaviors and animation in general.