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Kinetic sculptures are sculptures that move, ideally with a minumum of applied force. Mobiles are a type of kinetic sculpture. Many others are wind-powered. Kinetic sculptures are often implemeted as installation art. By definition sound sculpture is kinetic sculpture.
Kinetic sculpture was pioneered by Alexander Calder (inventor of the mobile) and George Rickey. Other leading exponents include Yaacov Agam, Marcel Duchamp, Naum Gabo, Jean Tinguely, Zero group and Arthur Ganson.
- Kineticus is devoted to the subject of kinetic art. The website gets permanently updated by its members, galleries, curators and guests and therefore is a great platform and opportunity. It was founded by the kinetic artist Bernward Frank
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