Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is interactive art?

What is interactive art?

A form of art where the spectator is involved by the artist to achieve the art's purpose. This can be done by letting the visitor or observer "walk" around, in and on the art installation. Others may ask the spectator or the artist to become part and parcel of their artwork. Works in this category often feature computers, sensors and interfaces to respond to meteorological changes, heat, motion or other input types programmed by the maker to respond to by them.

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Michelangelo Pistoletto

Campana della solidarietà, 2014

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

EUR 4,850

Rafael Jesus Soto

Espace cinétique, 1986

Sculpture / Object

Acrylic sculpture

USD 7,200

Hermann Nitsch

Das Sechstagespiel des Orgien Mysterien Theaters, 1998

Limited Edition Print

Etching

EUR 1,750

Vito Acconci

Land of Water, 1999

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

Currently Not Available

Hermann Nitsch

Untitled, 1987

Painting

Acrylic on paper

EUR 27,650

Rafael Jesus Soto

Composition, 1970s

Limited Edition Print

Silkscreen

EUR 1,375

Hermann Nitsch

Untitled, 2006

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 3,440

Hermann Nitsch

Untitled, 2006

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

EUR 3,900

Hermann Nitsch

Untitled, 2006

Limited Edition Print

Mixed Media

EUR 3,200

Richard Serra

Sketch 5, 1983

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

USD 4,500 - 6,000

Richard Serra

Sketch 3, 1983

Limited Edition Print

Lithograph

Currently Not Available

Richard Serra

Paths and Edges, 2007

Limited Edition Print

Etching

Currently Not Available

Jessica Stockholder

d c tree, 2011

Limited Edition Print

Monoprint

USD 4,260

Jessica Stockholder

i a tree, 2011

Limited Edition Print

Monoprint

USD 4,260

Rafael Jesus Soto

Untitled,

Limited Edition Print

Screen-print

GBP 2,800

Regine Schumann

Colormirror Soft Yellow Gent, 2021

Sculpture / Object

Acrylic sculpture

EUR 3,000

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Painting

Painting is the process of applying media to a surface, using a tool such as a brush. The term refers to both the action and the resulting object. Artists use many tools to paint, such as brushes, airbrushes, palette knives, sponges or fingers and hands.

Computer printing

Computer printing in its basic form is the process of using computer technology to reproduce fine art images to make prints. In more advanced techniques, artists can program computers to produce art images which are then transferred onto paper using printing technology.

Glass

Glass is a transparent solid. It varies in composition based on the type of glass. Artists use these variants to create art glass, including stained, blown, and a myriad of decorated forms. Glass can be cut, textured, surfaced with overlays, and engraved.

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