Three Axes

Radoslav Kratina

Radoslav Kratina - Three Axes
Radoslav Kratina differed from most representatives of constructive tendencies in Czech art in the 1960s and 1970s in his programmatic application of the principle of transformability. He did variable relief or spatial objects employing simple mechanical principles from small geometric elements that could be moved, tilted or turned without any pre-designed plan. His compositions of rationally arranged elementary forms, which can be transformed by a simple touch of the hand, produce endless variations and encourage the viewer to co-create the artwork.
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measurements: height 76 cm
width 24 cm
depth 23 cm
material: wood, nitrocellulose enamel
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inventory number: P 8480
gallery collection: Collection of Modern and Contemporary Art
licence: copyrighted work

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