Drawing Humans, Light Beings, World Pioneering
Kinetic Masters, Work from Cybernetic Serendipity
and a Giant Orchestral Milk Float, All Part
of Kinetica Art Fair 2010
A family of holographic light beings, sculpting
and drawing robots, an orchestral milk float,
a giant vertical electronic wave and a special
feature exhibition of work from the masters
of kinetic art and the groundbreaking Cybernetic
Serendipity show, are just some of the incredible
exhibits at Kinetica Art Fair 2010. Kinetica
Art Fair takes place from 4 - 7 February
2010 at the P3 space in London and is the
UK's only art fair dedicated to kinetic,
robotic, sound, light and time-based art.
Art that has a life of its own, talks, workshops,
performances and more create an art fair
like no other.
Kinetica Art Fair 2010 (www.kinetica-artfair.com)
developed by Kinetica Museum will take place
in P3's unique 14,000 sq ft underground
former concrete testing facility opposite
Madame Tussauds on Marylebone Road.
Over 25 galleries and organisations specialising
in kinetic, electronic and new media art
are taking part and over 150 artists exhibiting.
Tickets start at £8. Work ranges in
price from £50 - £40,000. The
UK's first Kinetica Art Fair, run by Kinetica
Museum in 2009, attracted over 9,000 people
with work sold to visitors, collectors and
galleries around the world.
Artists involved include Paul Friedlander,
Ivan Black, Tom Wilkinson, Paul Beckett,
Bálint Bolygó, Nik Ramage,
Roseline de Thelin, Ben Parry and many others.
Kinetica Museum in conjunction with John
Dunbar (Indica Gallery 1965) and Jasia Reichhardt
(Cybernetic Serendipity, ICA, 1968) will
be curating a feature exhibition dedicated
to the pioneers and Masters of kinetic art.
Many of the pieces will be on loan from
private collections and will feature the
work of: Jean Tinguely, Roger Vilder, Peter
Logan, Yaacov Agam, Peter Sedgely, Liliane
Lijn, Takis, David Medalla, Jesus Raphael
Soto and more to be announced soon.
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