Psychedelic Art Series: Kinetic Art


Psychedelic Art Series: Kinetic Art

Kinetic art is defined as a form of art that depends on movement for its effect.

When certain objects move in certain ways this can feel like a very psychedelic experience. The dance between solid matter and fluid motion can be exhilarating to witness and even more so to interact with.

Here are some of my favourite kinetic art pieces:


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What better way to start this series than with this golden Buddha that has cherubs exploding from its chest? I mean, wow! It’s called “Eternal Self” and is a kinetic sculpture by Walter Rossi. 


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Have you ever heard of or seen kinetic art? These creations are not only engineering feats of mechanical genius but also wonderfully immersive experiences. Created by Etienne Krähenbühl


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Speaking of mechanical feats of genius, this creation is a marvel to stare at. Created by Marcio Santana


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Kinetic sculptures can also make for excellent light shows.
This creation is a beauty in it’s own right and brought to life by the infamous
Ivan Black.


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Another wonderfully visual and interactive art piece is this one by Felipe Pantone.
You gotta see it to understand it and once you do, you’ll be mesmerised.

This immersive experience in China is one that I would love to have someday.
According to the manufacturers of these creations (
JYVisions), it’s a tunnel-shaped installation with wrap-around screens.

Videos are programmed on the screens including walls, ceiling, and floor creating a fully immersive experience.

Last but not least, a poignant mechanical sculpture that is a talking piece, to say the least.
Unveiled by
DJ Roger and one of my personal art pieces and thought experiments.

Do you have a favourite psychedelic art piece you want to tell us about? Tell me all about it in the comments below.

As always, flow strong.

Asha ✨

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