reKINETIC: An exhibition exploring kinetic themes in architecture and art

The Exhibit

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reKinetic is a group installation featuring Cal Poly students, faculty, and community members with works incorporating reclaimed materials. The result is a dynamic exhibition of innovative installations and sculptures, which respond to their environment either by human interaction, internal mechanism, or natural elements.

Kinetic student videos

Skate Wheel in Venice by Alexander Silva

Artists Featured in the Exhibit

Mignon Khargie

Image Credit: Mignon Khargie

Image Credit: Jim Jacobson

Sculpture by: Jim Jacobson
Website: www.jacobsonart.com/

Brian Priest Website: http://www.brianpriest.net/

Brian Priest
Website: www.brianpriest.net/

Alexander K. Silva

Alexander K. Silva
Art & Design Student, Cal Poly

Cal Poly Expressionist Club “To change how art of all types is viewed in the public eye, as well as provide opportunities for aspiring artists to showcase their work, and to create a supportive artistic community.”

Cal Poly Expressionist Club
“To change how art of all types is viewed in the public eye, as well as provide opportunities for aspiring artists to showcase their work, and to create a supportive artistic community.”

Related Artists

Sandra Johnson

Installation Demonstration

  • Given by: CAED reKinetic Design Studio students
  • Date: Open House Friday April 16, 2010
  • Time: 3:00pm to 3:45pm
  • Location: 2nd floor Learning Commons

Related Links

Cal Poly Department of Architecture
Cal Poly News Release

Downloads

Exhibit eCard (PDF)

Parking Info

Metered parking is available in the H2 lot adjacent to the Library. Additional parking is available by purchasing a $5.00 general use permit from the Grand Avenue kiosk.
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Contacts

Catherine Trujillo, Special Collections Kennedy Library
(805) 756-2305
ude.yloplacnull@llijurtc

Tom Fowler, CAED-Architecture
ude.yloplacnull@relwoft

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