Kinetic Art

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Definition

Kinetic Art is an art movement where artworks contain movement as an essential aspect. This movement can be powered by wind, motors, or even viewer interaction.

History

Emergence

Kinetic Art emerged in the early 20th century, gaining popularity in the 1950s and 1960s, as artists began exploring motion in art.

Key Artists

  • Alexander Calder
  • Jean Tinguely

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What is Kinetic Art?
    Kinetic Art is an art form that incorporates movement as a fundamental part of the artwork.

  2. How does Kinetic Art engage viewers?
    Kinetic Art engages viewers by creating an interactive and dynamic experience, with the artwork changing and evolving with its movement.