kineticist

ki·net·i·cism

 (kə-nĕt′ĭ-sĭz′əm, kī-)
n.
The theory or practice of kinetic art.

ki·net′i·cist n.

kineticist

(kɪˈnɛtɪsɪst)
n
(General Physics) someone who studies kinetics
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1] These are among the latest research findings presented by internationally-respected University of Cape Town (UCT) kineticist Dr Tracy Kolbe-Alexander, at a health-journalism seminar focussing on non-communicable diseases (NCDs) held at Rhodes University in Grahamstown in August.
Gianni Colombo, a leading Kineticist and cofounder of Gruppo T, cut his teeth in mid-'50s Milan alongside Lucio Fontana and Piero Manzoni; his work soon invited the participation of the viewer in a radical, witty attempt at providing a complete sensory experience.
At some point the children's kineticist may be asked to adjust his bins to match those created in these other areas for the sake of harmony and to allow risk calculations for neatly defined age groups.
Software engineer Rahn Young brought the concept (or, as the kineticists would prefer, "koncept") to Corvallis in 1993.