Part two of my earlier set of posts about some really cool kinetic art that folks are making.
Here’s a kinetic sculpture that unlike the previous work is minimal and simple – and yet it creates its own complexity. I like that its use of linear components creates images reminiscent of non-linear designs seen in, for example, cell division…
Then, something lighthearted and involving sound waves:
And a graceful sculpture in a Singapore airport.
*The first post in this series is here