I Want These Weird Kinetic Thingamajigs For My House

I Want These Weird Kinetic Thingamajigs For My House


If you are in London you can’t miss the 2013 Kinetica Art Fair. Kinetika — which opened yesterday — is a fair dedicated to kinetic, electronic, robotic, sound, light, time-based and multi-disciplinary new media art, science and technology. So yes, it’s pretty cool.

Take a peek:

Samantha Moore poses behind a piece of work entitled ‘Illusive Elusive’


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Arlo Ricketts, 17 months, sits beside a piece of work entitled ‘Columba’ by artist Roseline de Thelin


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A vid about the last year fair:


Hannah Drayson looks at a piece of work entitled ‘8 Mirrors’ by artist Delfin Ortiz


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Sally Perry poses next to a piece of work entitled ‘Angel’ by artist Chris Levine


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Justina Krechloch, stands beside a piece of work entitled ‘Composition X’ by artist Aphra Shemza


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A visitor looks at a piece of work entitled ‘Exoskeletal’ by artist Christiaan Zwanikken


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A visitor looks at a piece of work entitled ‘Ludoscopia’ by artist Michael Biasi


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A visitor stands in front of a piece of work entitled ‘The Walk’ by artist Titia Ex


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A visitor touches a piece of work entitled ‘Linea UV Drawing’ by artist David Ogle


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A visitor takes a photograph of a piece of work entitled ‘Linea UV Drawing’ by artist David Ogle


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A piece of kinetic art made of Lego Technics by Alex Allmont


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An earlier kinetic Lego art by Alex Allmont:


A piece of kinetic art made of cogwheels


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Interactive kinetic art


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The fair is hosting stuff from 40 international galleries and organisations from the UK, France, Russia, USA, Poland, Holland, Spain, Italy, Hungary, Indonesia and Japan. Four hundred works of art in total. Kinetica Art runs at the Ambika P3 on Marylebone Road until March 3, 2013.