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Kinetic Painting

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random art notes

"Kinetic Painting" is a particular kind of visual performance that is related to visual music created with color organs, but instead of using a mechanical device, it is performed with various kinds of projector (usually an overhead projector) live for an audience. Both Norman Perryman and The Lumonics Theater are examples of this type of visual music.






 
 

 
 
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