Kinetic Art took place during the 1950's and 60's. It was a movement that essentially represented "art in motion". Kinetic artists wanted to work with art that would enable them to demonstrate the force and power of movement. It utilized the many different avenues of art. Aspects such as sculpture, lighting, and superior technology, all played a role in the artists' creations. They unconventionally neglected the use of subject matters, and the traditional artistry tools like the paint and brush. The public enjoyed most of the work created by Kinetic artists, and much of their influence can be seen in today's post-modern movements.

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