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During his stay in London he also made the acquaintance of a science writer, J. After emigrating to the U.

Kepes was convinced that if artists and scientists were to work in a closer communion, it might be possible that artists would work out new visual images that could inspire scientists in their search for new visual models. October 4, Selyp, Austria-Hungary now Hungary.

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Views Read Gyorgy kepes el lenguaje de la vision History. Retrieved from ” https: Flame Orchard consisted of six units like the one seen here, each housing a 2′ x 2′ x 3″ gas container and a sound speaker that vibrated the gas. In this exhibition, photographs by artists like Roy De Carava, a personal favorite, were included, as well as those by Wayne Miller and Bill Brandt, among many others. Wilhelm, Buenos Aires, Both were looking for laws, such as pattern, structure, harmony, order or even disorder in natural and other phenomena.