Motion, Duration, Illumination
Screenshot of “Light Mural for KLM”
Zdeněk Pešánek. Torsos of Men and Women (1936) 
“One of the most interesting aspects of this work [in Galois fields] is the demonstration of the different visual appearance of the patterns resulting from the polynomials that had not been noted b
In his most recent work, however, language and thought rather than electronics-are the immaterial entities that are given form .
Nude Descending a Staircase (No.2) 
Winter 1919-1920, taking him “three quarters of a year” to complete.
What the scientist knows as Surface Tension is a sculptor in liquids, and fashions from them delicate shapes none the less beautiful because they are too ephemeral for any eye but that of the high-speed camera.
In the 1930s, Harold ‘Doc’ Edgerton synchronized a camera’s shutter with a high-intensity electronic flash unit, which enabled significantly faster shutter speeds as in Milk Drop Coronet (BW, 1936, color image left, 1957.
Footage of James Seawright’s work “Orbits” strung together
“Video Flag is an important example of Paik’s more recent work composed of a series of sculptural television constructions or walls of TVs.
First live-action music video of the United Visual Artists (UVA).
Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat is considered to be the first motion picture presented to a large public audience.