Art Fair

Kinetica Art Fair 2011

3 Feb 2011 – 6 Feb 2011

Event times

3 Feb 6.00pm - 9.30pm; 4 Feb 10am - 8pm; 5 Feb 10am - 9pm; 6 Feb 11am - 6pm

Cost of entry

Art fair only: £12 / £10 conc Day Ticket (includes fair, talks and performances): £15 / £12 conc VIP launch ticket (limited availability): £25

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Kinetica Museum

London, United Kingdom


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  • Liverpool Street
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The Kinetica Art Fair 2011, the UK's only art fair dedicated to kinetic, robotic, sound, light and time-based art featuring new and ground breaking work, will take place from 3 - 6 February 2011 at the Ambika P3 space in London. The feature exhibition focuses on the Evolution of Consciousness and will explore the progression of the human body, brain, mind and consciousness in reference to our place in the universe. Highlights include: Ioannis Michalous who creates sculptures made from material used by N.A.S.A. to collect star dust, made from 99% air and 1% glass. Interactive Agents will be exhibiting the Heliosonic Resonator, a sound installations using sonic materials from the sun. Carlo Bernardini's light installations which create illusionary dimensions defying physical walls of space. Jim Bond's work features fragile mechanical skeletons and hybrid electronic moving pieces. BasedonAir have created a life-size interactive flight simulator. An art fair like no other, the Kinetica Art Fair 2011 will feature both existing works and new pieces created especially for the Fair including art that has a life of its own, talks, workshops, performances and more. Over 35 galleries and organisations specialising in kinetic, electronic and new media art are taking part and over 150 artists exhibiting. Tickets start at £10. Work ranges in price from £200 - £35,000. The second annual Kinetica Art Fair in 2010, run by Kinetica Museum, attracted over 10,000 people with work sold to visitors, collectors and galleries around the world.


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