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Kinetic Art, Theory and Practice Selections From the Journal Leonardo

Author
edited by Frank J. Malina
Publisher / Label
Dover Publications, Inc.
Country
USA
Language
English
Publication year
1974
Type of publication
book
Number of pages
256
ISBN
048621284X

Index

CONTENTS

PART I, PICTORIAL KINETIC ART WITH OPTICAL, MECHANICAL, ELECTRO-MECHANICAL AND CHEMICAL SYSTEMS

1, Electricity and Motion in My Kinetic Art Works	3
Nino Calos (Vol. 1, pp. 415-418; Autumn 1968)
2. Kinetic-Art: The Kinoptic System		6
Valerios Caloutsis (Vol. 3, pp. 433-434; Autumn 1970)
3. Kinetic-Art: Animation of Color for Cinema Film		8
Ana Sacerdote de Guthmann (Vol. 5, pp. 239-241; Summer 1972)
4. Horizontally Oriented Rotating Kinetic Painting		11
Robert Henry (Vol. 2, pp. 239-250; Summer 1969)
5. Kinetic Art with Sunlight: Reflections on Developments in Art Needed Today		23
P. K. Hoenich (Vol. 1, pp. 113-120; Spring 1968)
6. Kinetic Art: The Chromara, a Lumia Technique		30
Richard I. Land (Vol. 5, pp. 103-109; Spring 1972)
7. Kinetic Painting: The Lumidyne System		37
Frank J, Malina (Vol. 1, pp. 25-33; Winter 1968)
8. The “Chromatic Abstractoscope”: An Application of Polarized Light		46
Carlos Martinoya and Nahum Joël (Vol. 1, pp. 171-173; Spring 1968)
9. “Life”: From Drawing to Painting to Kinetic Painting		49
Masako Sato (Vol. 3, pp. 71-73; Winter 1970)
10. Images of Trajectories of Mobiles by Means of Photographs and Cinema: Metaforms		52
Etienne Bertrand Weill (Vol. 5, pp. 301-306; Autumn 1972)
11. Light Shows: A Kinetic Art Technique Using Chemicals		58
D. R. Wier (Vol. 2, pp. 251-256; Summer 1969)
12. Letter of Thomas Wilfred to J. Handel Evans		64
(Vol. 3, p. 467; Autumn 1970)

PART II, KINETIC AND AUDIO-KINETIC SCULTPURE

13. My Op Art Objects and Optico-Spatial Mobiles		67
Henri Gabriel (Vol. 3, pp. 1-7; Winter 1970)
14. My Plexiglas and Light Sculptures		73
Jim Hill (Vol. 3, pp. 9-17; Winter 1970)
15. My Thermoformed Plastic Audio-kinetic Light Sculpture Since 1966		81
Milton B. Howard (Vol. 2, pp. 411-412; Autumn 1969)
16. Sculpture: Fantasy Machines		83
Timothy Hunkin (Vol. 4, pp. 151-153; Spring 1971)
17. My “Mobile Hydromural”		86
Gyula Kosice (Vol. 3, pp. 437-438; Autumn 1970)
18. Kinetic Art: Contructions with Stretched Fabric Strips		88
Thorbjorn Lausten (Vol. 6, pp. 47-48; Winter 1972)
19. The Evolution of My Audio-kinetic Sculptures		90
Charles Mattox (Vol. 2, pp. 355-363; Autumn 1969)
20. An Interview with Stephan Von Huene on His Audio-kinetic Sculptures		99
Dorothy Newmark (Vol. 5, pp. 69-72; Winter 1972)
21. Cybertheater		103
Lev Nusberg (Vol. 2, pp. 61-62; Winter 1969)
22. My Sculptures of Combined Opaque and Illuminated Forms		105
Ted Vincent (Vol. 2, pp. 417-418; Autumn 1969)
23. Kinetic Art: Rotating Bars and Discs on a Rotating Platform		107
Rhonda and David Whitehead (Vol. 5, p. 158; Spring 1972)
24. Imagery, Light and Motion in My Sculptures		108
Jan Zach (Vol. 3, pp. 285-293; Summer 1970)

PART III, KINETIC ART WITH ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS AND COMPUTERS

25. Kinetic Art: On Producing Illusions by Photic-stimulation of Alpha Brain Waves with Flashing Lights		119
Robert Baldwin (Vol. 5, pp. 147-149; Spring 1972)
26. Electronically Operated Audio-kinetic Sculptures, 1968		122
Juan Downey (Vol. 2, pp. 403-406; Autumn 1969)
27. Computer and Kinetic Art; Investigations of Matrix Configuration		126
J. Kenneth Edmiston (Vol. 6, pp. 17-22; Winter 1973)
28. Computer Art: Color-stereo Displays		132
Richard I. Land (Vol. 2, pp. 335-344; Autumn 1969)
29. Oscillons: Electronic Abstractions		142
Ben F. Laposky (Vol. 2, pp. 345-354; Autumn 1969)
30. Method for Producing Sounds or Light Flashes with Alpha Brain Waves for Artistic Purposes		152
David Rosenboom (Vol. 5, pp. 141-145; Spring 1972)
31. Kinetic Art: The Shift Register, a Circuit for Sequential Switching of Lights		157
David Smith (Vol. 5, pp. 59-61; Winter 1972)
32. Three Kinetic Art Projects with Laser Light		160
Joel Stein (Vol. 3, pp. 331-332; Summer 1970)
33. Sonovision: A Visual Display of Sound		162
S. R. Wagler (Vol. 3. pp. 443-445; Autumn 1970)

Part IV, INFORMATION ON SUBJECTS RELEVANT TO KINETIC ART

34. Health and Safety Hazards of Art Materials		167
George A. Agoston (Vol. 2, pp. 373-382; Autumn 1969)
35. Cybernetics and Art			176
Michael J. Apter (Vol. 2, pp. 257-265; Summer 1969)
36. Holography as an Art Medium			185
Margaret Benyon (Vol. 6, pp. 1-9; Winter 1973)
37. On Space and Time in Music and the Visual Arts		193
Elena de Bertola (Vol. 5, pp. 27-30; Winter 1972)
38. The Aesthetic Potential of the Sensory Modes		197
Donald Brook and John Ritchie (Vol. 3, pp. 415-424; Autumn 1970)
39. New Materials and Methods for the Musical Instrument Designer, the Audio-kinetic Sculptor, Musician and Composer		207
John Grayson (Vol. 3, pp. 295-304; Summer 1970)
40. Paths by Coupler for Kinetic Art		217
Richard S. Hartenberg (Vol. 4, pp. 125-128; Spring 1971)
41. The Studio of Word, Sound, Movement of the Janacek Academy of Music and Dramatic Art, Brno, Czechoslovakia		221
Bedrich Jicinsky (Vol. 5, pp. 333-335; Autumn 1972)
42. Non-verbal ‘Discussion’ Using Music and Kinetic Painting		224
Richard I. Land (Vol. 1, pp. 121-123; Spring 1968)
43. Comments on Visual Fine Art Produced by Digital Computers		227
Frank J. Malina (Vol. 4, pp. 263-265; Summer 1971)
44. A Conversation on Concrete Music and Kinetic Art		230
Frank J. Malina and Pierre Schaeffer (Vol. 5, pp. 255-260; Summer 1972)

Glossary		237

Index		243