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

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

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.

Lumino by Nicolas Schöffer 2

Lumino by Nicolas Schöffer

Machine Age Modernist Lucite Kinetic Sculpture w/ Moving Gears, USA  c. 1940s.

Machine Age Modernist Lucite Kinetic Sculpture with Moving Gears

Lumino Kinetic + Beyond by Yuri Endo. A media project explores the properties of light and perception of space, for the purpose of digital media art and product design, presented at IDAS (Hongik University) as my thesis project.

Lumino Kinetic + Beyond by Yuri Endo. A media project explores the properties of light and perception of space, for the purpose of digital media art and product design, presented at IDAS (Hongik University) as my thesis project.

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

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

Aleksandar Srnec (30 July 1924 – 27 March 2010) was a Croatian artist. He is mainly known for his avant-garde designs and kinetic and lumino kinetic art. Srnec was one of the founding members of the Exat 51 group whose active members between 1950 and 1956 were the architects Vjenceslav Richter, Bernardo Bernardi, Zdravko Bregovac, Božidar Rašica and Vladimir Zaharović and the painters Vlado Kristl and Ivan Picelj. He made abstract art based on the use of geometric shapes. In 1953,

Aleksandar Srnec (30 July 1924 – 27 March 2010) was a Croatian artist. He is mainly known for his avant-garde designs and kinetic and lumino kinetic art. Srnec was one of the founding members of the Exat 51 group whose active members between 1950 and 1956 were the architects Vjenceslav Richter, Bernardo Bernardi, Zdravko Bregovac, Božidar Rašica and Vladimir Zaharović and the painters Vlado Kristl and Ivan Picelj. He made abstract art based on the use of geometric shapes. In 1953,

Luminogeist by Yuri Endo. A digital media art installation presented at IDAS (Hongik University) as the final phase of my thesis project, Lumino Kinetic and Beyond(https://vimeo.com/55895992).

Luminogeist by Yuri Endo. A digital media art installation presented at IDAS (Hongik University) as the final phase of my thesis project, Lumino Kinetic and Beyond(https://vimeo.com/55895992).

Cardiaca Circulos 1, 2015

Cardiaca Circulos 1, 2015

Focus / Work / United Visual Artists

Focus / Work / United Visual Artists

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