1933. Laszlo Moholy-Nagy (Hungary). Lumino kinetic art. More details here http://lpwalliance.com/index2.php?type=publicationview=15

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Abstract and visionary artist Gyula Kosice, one of the pioneers of Lumino Kinetic Art.  http://mappeditions.com/publications/gyula-kosice-in-conversation-with-gabriel-perez-barreiro

Stars are in my backyard Surrounding my space home Sacrificed my earth home Searching for true meaning Science is my calling Sentient beings are sought Satisfied with my view ~ © Carol Campbell

Michael James Kidner RA (1917–2009) was a pioneer of Op art in the mid-1960s from Kettering, Northamptonshire, England. Michael Kidner was one of its earliest and most consistent exponents and it was in these overlapping fields of optical effect and systemic structure that he was to find the creative substance that was to sustain his whole career. A Constructivist by inclination his interest in mathematics.

Michael James Kidner RA (1917–2009) was a pioneer of Op art in the mid-1960s from Kettering, Northamptonshire, England. Michael Kidner was one of its earliest and most consistent exponents and it was in these overlapping fields of optical effect and systemic structure that he was to find the creative substance that was to sustain his whole career. A Constructivist by inclination his interest in mathematics.

Ballet dancers perform during a rehearsal of the Negative Variate idea by Moholy-Nagy in Budapest, Hungary. This ballet is a form of lumino kinetic art which involves light and movement. László Moholy-Nagy is considered to be the father of this art form. He was a Hungarian painter and photographer as well as professor in the Bauhaus school.

Ballet dancers perform during a rehearsal of the Negative Variate idea by Moholy-Nagy in Budapest, Hungary. This ballet is a form of lumino kinetic art which involves light and movement. László Moholy-Nagy is considered to be the father of this art form. He was a Hungarian painter and photographer as well as professor in the Bauhaus school.

Jean Tinguely (22 May 1925 in Fribourg, Switzerland – 30 August 1991 in Bern) was a Swiss painter and sculptor. He is best known for his sculptural machines or kinetic art.

Model for 'Le Cyclop - La Tête' by Swiss artist Jean Tinguely Wire, scrap iron, plaster bandages, paint, 82 x 77 x 47 cm. via Museum Tinguely

Restoring Lumino-Kinetic art Mobile Lumineux 130, 1966, et Mobile Lumineux 267B (Bleu), 1970, made by Nino CALOS (1926 - 1990) Olivier Steib (Fig. 6 Cracks and scratches analysis of the PMMA screen)

Restoring Lumino-Kinetic art Mobile Lumineux et Mobile Lumineux (Bleu), made by Nino CALOS - Olivier Steib (Fig. 6 Cracks and scratches analysis of the PMMA screen)

Lumino Kinetic Art

Lumigraphe on Vimeo

Lumigraphe on Vimeo

FlipBooKit Kinetic Art

shinymind is raising funds for FlipBooKit - Mechanical Flipbook Art and Kit on Kickstarter! Unveiled at 2012 Maker Faire, these Amazing Mechanical Flip Books stole the show. Now we've developed a kit so you can build your own!

Lumino Kinetic Art

Science Storms: Light behaviors1.MOV

Science Storms: Light behaviors1.MOV

Lumino Kinetic Art, Fireplaces, Fire Places, Fire Pits, Mantles

Aleskandar Srnec @MSUZagreb

Aleskandar Srnec @MSUZagreb

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