Origins and development of kinetic art

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New York Graphic Society, 1968 - Kinetic art - 272 pages
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Contents

Introduction
7
Movement in the Postimpressionist era
22
Movement in the arts around 1910
37
Copyright

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History of Kinetic Fine Art
With that in mind let us start with "the Germans during the Industrial Revolution" (Popper, Origins and Development of Kinetic Art 95) who "adopted the term ...
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Frank Popper - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He is the author of the books: Origins and Development of Kinetic Art, Art, Action, and Participation, Art of the Electronic Age and From Technological to ...
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Jonathan Kearney | artist | words | Masters research | context
Frank Popper, in his book Origins and Development of Kinetic Art, 1968, describes several ways of establishing this typology, the most important of which is ...
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Origins of Virtualism: an interview with Frank Popper. - Art ...
Specifically, your books Origins and Development of Kinetic Art, Art--Action and Participation, and Art of the Electronic Age are indispensable research ...
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rhythmiclight.com Modulation to Nuance
Frank Popper, Origins and Development of Kinetic Art 1968, 157-8. Copyright 1998–2001 Fred Collopy. This document was last updated on 6/9/01 ; it is located ...
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Pascal Dombis
He is the author of Origins and Development of Kinetic Art, Art of the Electronic Age and other influential works on art and technology ...
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The neurology of kinetic art
Origins and development of kinetic art. It took a long time, and some experimentation, to realize. that visual motion, not form or colour and not the ...
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/warnell/etxt
As Frank Popper explains in Origins and Development of Kinetic Art (1968), kinetic art "covers all two or three-dimensional works in actual movement, ...
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Behavioral Kinetic Sculpture
and in Frank Popper’s Origins and Development of Kinetic Art. 2.1 Automata. In the broadest sense, an automaton is a machine designed to ...
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