From Liquid Neons To Rotograms: The Kinetic Sculpture Of Julio Cesar Gonzalez | The Creators Project

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Artist Julio Cesar Gonzalez never set out to pursue an interest in technology—his practice was originally rooted in film and video production—but started experimenting with kinetic sculpture and analog synth construction during his time at RISD. He taught himself how to use and build these tools via the internet, searching for guides, resources and bits of code that he could hack together in order to manifest his ultimate vision. The open access to DIY resources opened up a whole new world of possibilities for Gonzalez and enabled him to explore the fundamental elements of video—time, movement, and sound—in an entirely new way.

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