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Otto Piene: Lichtballett #2020

Otto Piene: Lichtballett By MichelleKuo Chloe Piene Joao Ribas Otto Piene Lichtballett A leading figure in multimedia and technology based art Otto Piene born was a founder of the influential Dusseldorf based Group Zero in the late s This publication highlights the artist s on
  • Title: Otto Piene: Lichtballett
  • Author: MichelleKuo Chloe Piene Joao Ribas
  • ISBN: 9780938437789
  • Page: 202
  • Format: Paperback
  • Otto Piene: Lichtballett By MichelleKuo Chloe Piene Joao Ribas A leading figure in multimedia and technology based art, Otto Piene born 1928 was a founder of the influential Dusseldorf based Group Zero in the late 1950s This publication highlights the artist s ongoing exploration of light as an artistic and communicative medium, from his original Lichtballett light ballet performances through their development into mechanized kinA leading figure in multimedia and technology based art, Otto Piene born 1928 was a founder of the influential Dusseldorf based Group Zero in the late 1950s This publication highlights the artist s ongoing exploration of light as an artistic and communicative medium, from his original Lichtballett light ballet performances through their development into mechanized kinetic sculptural environments.
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    About "MichelleKuo Chloe Piene Joao Ribas"

    1. MichelleKuo Chloe Piene Joao Ribas

      Michelle Kuo is the author of the memoir READING WITH PATRICK, a story of race, inequality, and the transformative power of literature She taught English at an alternative school in the rural town of Helena, Arkansas, located in the heart of the Mississippi Delta After graduating from Harvard Law, she became an immigrants rights lawyer at Centro Legal de la Raza, a nonprofit in Oakland, California She advocated for tenants facing evictions, workers stiffed out of their wages, and families facing deportation Michelle has also clerked for the Honorable John T Noonan at the Court of Appeals of the Ninth Circuit and taught courses through the Prison University Project at San Quentin Prison The daughter of Taiwanese immigrants, Michelle grew up in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

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