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Accepting the Machine: A Response by Liliane Lijn to Three Questions from Arts

Independent artist, 93 Vale Road, London N4 1TG, UK
Received: 4 June 2018 / Accepted: 6 June 2018 / Published: 11 June 2018
(This article belongs to the Special Issue The Machine as Art (in the 20th Century))
Celebrated techno-art pioneer Liliane Lijn—whose participation in the landmark 1970 London “Kinetics” exhibition at the newly opened Hayward Gallery was but a waypoint in a long and adventurous career, and whose work is represented in the collections of Bern’s Kunstmuseum, MoMA, and Tate—has prepared this essay on the evolution of machine art in response to three questions from G.W. Smith and Juliette Bessette of Arts. View Full-Text
Keywords: art; technology; electric motor; kinetic art art; technology; electric motor; kinetic art
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