kineticism


Also found in: Wikipedia.

ki·net·i·cism

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

ki·net′i·cist n.
References in periodicals archive ?
Though sharing the same retina-piercing palette and slapstick kineticism as the other videos, this one lacks a central staging device.
She states, "These characteristics have their foundation in the musical practices of Africa: group expression; call and response structure; improvisation; downward flowing melodic lines; rhythmic complexity; use of percussion; incorporation of physical movement; use of oral kineticism use of harmonic, pitch and timbre flexibility.
This action is called tumbling and as verbally expressed earlier the kineticism of the piston towards TDC in fact enhances the indispensable turbulence to be achieved.
For its budget, "The Boy Next Door" looks decently polished, and Cohen stages one runaway car chase scene with the kind of kineticism that suggests he might be aching for another go at the "Fast" franchise.
Michelangelo is not viewed in terms of activity, but rather in terms of a kineticism and controlled movement.
David Sterritt points to a paradox at the heart of Hitchcock's "pure cinema," however, noting that "[the shower murder scene's] most significant aspect may be the fact that its kineticism not only shoivs but obscures" (108).
kineticism, simultaneity, and, most fundamentally, the Secessionist fusion of art and craft) that guided her work.
His films documented and subsequently re-cast some of the most radical art of the time into vibrantly expressive moving images, images characterized by oneiric superimpositions and what Yalkut dubbed "body zooms"--turbulent camera moves engendered not by a lens (he said he couldn't afford one at the time), but by the filmmaker's own kineticism.
Finally, the main conference room returns to the design motif of action and kineticism.
The concrete aesthetics of turning language into a material object available for semiotic processing is emulated by this particular use of kineticism as a model for reading codes and reading acts.
The direction lends a kineticism to a beautiful and organic sound.
Zola identifies in both artists a sort of visceral, nervous energy; the disparate painterly marks of decomposition together create a sense of kineticism on canvas that appears to derive directly from the artist's body.