Kinetic Art, artists and art
Kinetic artists explore how things look when they move. Over time, artists have experimented with light, mirrors, motors, and the wind to get their sculptures moving. The most famous kinetic artist is Alexander Calder, who built motorized sculptures in the 1930s.
Artists Kinetic Art:
To focus on only the machine's mortality might lead one to think that these artworks by sine::apsis and their invited guest exhibitors are heirs of Swiss artist Jean Tinguely's hilariously self-destroying machine-sculptures or American Richard Stankiewicz's infernal motorized junk...