Kinetica Museum, Spitalfields, London

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Kinetica Museum, Spitalfields, London

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I’m adding Kinetica, a museum of kinetic art to the “MAKE playlist” of places to check out — looks great!

Kinetica is the UK’s first museum of kinetic art. It will actively encourage the convergence of art and technology, providing an exhibition space in central London where the most important examples of kinetic, technological and electronic art, both past and present, can be properly stored and displayed.

Our vision is to create both a historical and contemporary art collection of seminal and cutting-edge multi-disciplinary works that date back from the 1920s through to the present day, focusing on the pioneering and influential importance of such works.

Kinetica Museum, Spitalfields, London – [via] Link.

UK Makers, if you go or have visited post in the comments!

2 thoughts on “Kinetica Museum, Spitalfields, London

  1. SlyvesterOppentamer says:

    Haven’t seen this. However I have seen Sharmanka, in Glasgow, back in the 90s. I was completely taken with it. Little carved, wooden, animatronic animals and people cavorting around on strange kinetic mechanical/architectural pieces. . . with spooky music and lights.

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