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Light, motion, and space

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Title: Light, motion, and space
Authors: Klobe, Tom
LC Subject Headings: Light
Space perception
Issue Date: Jun 1968
Series/Report no.: Theses for the degree of Master of Fine Arts (University of Hawaii). Art (Painting) ; no. 78
Abstract: In this century with our swiftly changing technology, art is becoming increasingly involved in what seems to be a technological renaissance. The artist, living as he does and being made continuously more aware of his supertechnological society, often turns to the processes, tools, and imagery of science and industry. Though the artist has always employed many of the new tools and ideas of his time, he has never done it quite so readily or with such enthusiasm as now. Normally technology is associated with the qualities of being rational, mechanical, and mathematical. It is often thought to be inhuman and dry, unevocative and lacking in emotion. Many artists, however, see in technology a chance for art to elicit a greater response on the part of the individual. It seems possible in light art and kinetics that each person should be able to achieve a heightened awareness of the interaction of himself with his immediate environment in an ever changing time and space continuum. In the work for my thesis, through the use of materials, processes, and techniques which appear to be, or are, mechanical or technological in nature, I have strived to elicit this response.
Description: Thesis (M.F.A.)--University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1968.
Thesis (M.F.A.)--University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1968
Pages/Duration: 30 pages (original format) 55 pages PDF
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