In this age of virtual-reality saturation—digital special effects, immersive video games, simulated 3-D—watching the motion of a mechanical thing can be positively enlivening. Celebrating a span in the 1960s and '70s when artists embraced the visual drama of machines, the New Museum's collection of kinetic art (as well as films, sculpture, painting, and drawing) is so technologically retro... More >>>
Courtesy of Benoit Pailley
Motorheads! Machines come alive at the New Museum.