kinetic art

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kinetic art

n.
An art form, such as an assemblage or sculpture, made up of parts designed to be set in motion by an internal mechanism or an external stimulus, such as light or air.

kinetic artist n.

kinetic art

n
(Art Terms) art, esp sculpture, that moves or has moving parts

kinet′ic art`


n.
sculptural art with movable parts activated by motor, wind, or other means.
[1960–65]

kinetic art

(c. 1930–) An art form in which light and balance create a work that moves, or appears to move. Air currents, electric motors, artificial lighting, etc., are used to create such effects.
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Brodsky curated the first US museum survey of Julio Le Pare at the Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) in 2016-17, the first US retrospective of the Venezuelan kinetic artist Carlos Cruz-Diez at the Americas Society in 2008, and 'Soto: Paris and Beyond, 1950-1970' at Grey Art Gallery, New York University, in 2012.
The Filipino kinetic artist is in Italy as a featured artist at the Philippine Pavilion of this year's Venice Biennale.
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The oldest and best known of the lot is the octogenarian Yaacov Agam, a renowned kinetic artist, who plays around with colours and geometrical figures to create optical illusions that are sure to entice and entrap the viewers.
Dutch kinetic artist Theo Jansen creates impossibly complex Strandbeests, whose gears and articulating joints come out of the printer ready to catch the wind and "walk" down a beach.
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Soto is usually seen as an optical kinetic artist who came to prominence in Paris in the mid-1950s and gained notice in New York approximately a decade later.