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Ernesto Neto - Gang, I love this artist... Had a great time meeting him in New York.  Love the idea of using string to draw lines in space.  As if the world is your sketch pad... not to mention it is all interactive.  AVS

Ernesto Neto - Gang, I love this artist... Had a great time meeting him in New York. Love the idea of using string to draw lines in space. As if the world is your sketch pad... not to mention it is all interactive. AVS

Jesus Soto's work with identical and multipliable elements was aimed at reducing the sign to total anonymity, in the effort to get away from subjective art. When the transition to kinetic art came Soto's way in 1955 he began to make plexiglass superimpositions. Spirals traced upon perspex were superimposed in depth. The optical effect that resulted was in the relationship between the surfaces.

Jesus Soto's work with identical and multipliable elements was aimed at reducing the sign to total anonymity, in the effort to get away from subjective art. When the transition to kinetic art came Soto's way in 1955 he began to make plexiglass superimpositions. Spirals traced upon perspex were superimposed in depth. The optical effect that resulted was in the relationship between the surfaces.

Akiko Ikeuchi's experimental art. I am appreciating the repetition and vibrant nature of this piece, not to mention the detail. Yes, Akiko!

Akiko Ikeuchi's experimental art. I am appreciating the repetition and vibrant nature of this piece, not to mention the detail. Yes, Akiko!

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