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KINETICA ART FAIR 2012 - Tickets now on sale!

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Website
http://kinetica-museum.org
Program / Degree
Kinetic, Robotic, New Media Art
Member type
Art Fair, Curator, Museum, Non-Profit
I am...
Kinetica aims to actively encourage the convergence of art and technology, providing an alternative platform to static traditional forms of art such as painting and sculpture.

The museum champions artistic innovation of all kinds and showcases work which explores the interwoven complexities of scientific development and the human condition. Our vision is to create both a historical and contemporary art collection of seminal and cutting-edge multi-disciplinary works that date back from the 1920s through to the present day, focusing on the pioneering and influential importance of such works.

Kinetica Museum successfully established itself as one of London's premier artistic centres and received international recognition for its dynamic series of exhibitions, workshops, performances and artist talks. This phase of the project, launched on October 6th, 2006, revolved around Kinetica's high-profile exhibition space in central London, where, over the course of nine months, some of the most important examples of kinetic, technological and electronic art, both past and present were showcased through seven major exhibitions.

Since the departure from the Museum site, Kinetica has exhibited reguraly in London and Internationally, and will launch the first Kinetica Art Fair at the P3 at the end of February 2009.
About my artwork
Artists for centuries have expressed through their work visions of the past, present and future, the ‘artist’ has often developed an invention, idea, or structure that has lead the way forward for mankind.

With the fast increasing advancement and development of a scientific and technological culture, it is only natural that many contemporary artists have crossed the plateau from ‘fine art disciplines’ into ‘multi-disciplinary new media’ with artworks that utilise and warp technology itself, to explore, nurture and comment on our evolutionary processes. Emerging from a cultural need to show-case and provide a platform for contemporary artists working in these new media, as well as to re-present significant pieces from our recent past, ‘Kinetica’ focuses on work that essentially makes suggestions and contributions towards human evolution including alternative insight and reaction to scientific and universal exploration.

Throughout the twentieth century western society and culture were dominated by the machine. The fascination artists held for the beauty and power of mechanical processes established an enduring dialogue between creativity and technology.
Many contemporary artists have now extended and enriched this dialogue between human and machine through the use of groundbreaking technological advancements of recent times which include; robotics, sensors, computing, engineering, lasers, and countless other tools and devices. This new ‘wave’ in reference to the metaphor of our ‘great’ machine ‘the Universe’, has inspired a new generation of artists to explore scientific discoveries and challenge technological life.
Through the experience of running ‘The Luminaries’ kinetic and interactive gallery 2003-04 www.theluminaries.com we have found there to be an increasing number of pioneering and up-coming artists working within these new realms. Kinetica aims to play a significant role in the formation of this reclaimed movement by showcasing many of these avant-garde artists to not just the regular ‘art-goer’ but to a new generation of viewers who will engage, participate and create with the art itself - a growing audience with a fascination for art that has a life of its own, one that is kinetic.
Artists I like
Amorphous Androgynous, Gregory Barsamian, Pierre Bastien, Ivan Black, Balint Bolygo, Jim Bond, Richard Brown, Jason Bruges, Sam Buxton, Jim Campbell, Neke Carson, Rob & Nick Carter, Daniel Chadwick, Coldcut, Arcángel Constantini, Elias Crespin, Attila Csörgo (Hungary, Max Eastley, Andrew Fentem, Juan Fontanive, Julie Freeman, Paul Fryer, Ron Fuller, Future Sound of London, Arthur Ganson, Rolf Gehlhaar, Ginco, Lara Greene, Chris Grottick, Istvan Haraszty (Hungary), Dianne Harris, Hexstatic, Anna Hill, Viktor Hulik (Slovakia), Tim Hunkin, Andy Huntington, Will Jackson, Lu Clarke and Jaye Ho, Vratislav Karel Novák (Czech Republic), Martin Hesselmeier and Karin Lingnau, Ted Kirby, Vyacheslav Koleycsuk (Russia), Hans Kotter, Liane Lang, Ray Lee, Dante Leonelli, Chris Levine, Tim Lewis, Liliane Lijn, Erika Lindstrom, Erika Lindstrom, Reuben Margolin, Michael Markert, Pierre Mayer, Michael Mckinnon, Minataur, David Mooney, Gavin Morris, Leonel Moura, Rob Mullender, Keith Newstead, Jack Pavlik, Amrik Perera, Nik Ramage, rAndom International, Eric Raymond, Martin Riches, Martin Richman, Christian Ristow, Robotlab, Christian Schiess, Peter Sedgley, Petroc Sesti, Bruce Shapiro, Sharmanka, Conrad Shawcross, Jason Shulman, Martin Smith, Spaceman Technologies, Paul Spooner, Max Streicher, Takis, Simon Uribe, Roger Vilder, Peter Vogel, Tom Wilkinson, John Wynne, Carlos Zapata
Interests
The Kinetica Art Fair will provide collectors, curators, museums and the public with a unique opportunity to view and purchase artworks from leading international galleries, artist’s collectives, curatorial groups and organisations specialising in kinetic, electronic and new media art.

Kinetica's aim through the fair is to popularise artists and organisations working in these genres and to provide a new platform for the commercial enterprise of kinetic, electronic and new media art.

Alongside the fair there will be special events, screenings, tours, talks, workshops and performances. These events will involve some of the world’s most eminent leaders in the fields of kinetic, electronic and new media art.

For further information about the Kinetica Art Fair please e-mail Keith Watson:
keith@kinetica-museum.org
Centre of the artworld:
London

Kinetica Art Fair 2009

Carnivorous lampshades, pole dancing robots, man-animal-machine hybrids, mechanical writing machines, subliminal and sensitive installations, mesmerising light sculptures and cybernetics are just some of the incredible exhibits at Kinetica Art Fair, the UK's first art fair dedicated to kinetic, robotic, sound, light and time-based art, that opens in London on Friday 27 February with a dance-light spectacular.
Kinetica Art Fair, developed by Kinetica Museum in partnership with P3 with the support of the Contemporary Art Society, features well known artists from across the world including Daniel Chadwick, Sam Buxton, Jason Bruges, Martin Richman and Tim Lewis.

More than 25 galleries and organisations specialising in kinetic, electronic and new media art are taking part and over 150 artists are exhibiting. The Fair will be like no other with 'living' artwork moving, speaking and performing. The Fair provides unparalleled opportunities for the public and collectors alike to view and buy work from this thriving international movement, and to participate in talks, workshops and performances.


Kinetica Art Fair:

When: 27 February - 2 March 2009

Opening spectacular and world premiere: Friday 27 February, 20:00 - 22:00hrs, artist Seth Riskin, a former U.S. national champion gymnast, brings his astonishing physical ability to Light Dance in which he sculpts light and space in a remarkable performance of human and light interaction. Acclaimed international artist collective, Body>>Data>>Space, presents a world premiere where performers interact with light, laser and visual projections. Other performances are detailed below.

Where: P3, 35 Marylebone Rd, opposite Baker Street Tube. P3 is London's newest multi-disciplinary art space. The 14,000sq ft former concrete testing facility is located under Westminster University.

Full public details including ticketing: www.kinetica-artfair.com. [Times and ticketing details below].

Press Preview:

Thursday 26 February, 10am - 12pm and Friday 27 February, 10am - 12pm. Dianne Harris, Artistic Director, Kinetica Museum, will be available for interview. Please RSVP to attend: katie.jackson@kallaway.co.uk


Tickets Prices:

Art fair only £5

Performance Ticket (includes fair and performances) £12 / £10 cons

Weekend pass (excludes ticketed events) £20

VIP Opening Performance event
limited tickets available /ticket offer does not apply £15


Opening Times:

Friday 27 February Opening performance event 20.00 – 22:30hrs

Saturday 28 February 10:00 – 22:00hrs

Sunday 1 March 11:00 – 22:00hrs

Monday 2 March 09:00 – 16:00hrs

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Kinetica Art Fair 2012

Kinetica Art Fair is produced by Kinetica Museum and is the first of its kind in the UK. It brings together galleries, art organisations and curatorial groups from around the world who focus on kinetic, electronic, robotic, sound, light, time-based and multi-disciplinary new media art, science and technology.

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Applications for Kinetica Art Fair 2011 NOW OPEN!

Applications are now open for artists, galleries, curatorial groups and

organisations to participate in the UK’s Kinetica Art Fair 2011,

dedicated to kinetic, electronic and new media art.



Kinetica Art Fair is produced by Kinetica Museum and is the first of its

kind in the UK. The art fair aims to bring together artists, galleries,

museums and organisations from around the world that specialise and

focus on kinetic, electronic, robotic, light, sound,… Continue

Posted on July 28, 2010 at 12:32

Kinetica Art Fair 2010

Kinetica Art Fair is produced by Kinetica Museum and is the first of its kind in the UK.

It provides collectors, curators and the public with a unique opportunity to view and

purchase artworks from leading contemporary arts organisations and artists specialising in

kinetic, electronic, robotic, light, sound, time-based and interdisciplinary new

media art.




The inaugural 2009 Kinetica Art Fair was a seminal cultural event, attracting over

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Thank u so much for your kind welcome. I look forward to a long and happy association. Best regards, Shanelle
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