Mark Bischof - kinetic art

Mark Bischof - kinetic art Kunst die beweegt door de wind of 1 beweging

"Opus 212" Mark Bischof, kinetic artist. After years of experimentation in working wood and developing a varied range of art objects, Mark has found his preference is creating machines that work solely on the basis of gravitation and must be set in motion by hand. Transparency of construction is an important characteristic of these kinetic works, and an essential part of their attraction. One can always follow in detail what's happening and the delightful ways in which they move.

"Opus 212" Mark Bischof, kinetic artist. After years of experimentation in working wood and developing a varied range of art objects, Mark has found his preference is creating machines that work solely on the basis of gravitation and must be set in motion by hand. Transparency of construction is an important characteristic of these kinetic works, and an essential part of their attraction. One can always follow in detail what's happening and the delightful ways in which they move.

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Erik Pettersson from Enköping, Sweden made an inspiring gear painting on his eMaker Huxley printer back in This year Erik Pettersson comes up with another printed art-project: the ball sculpture.

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