Umberto Eco’s definition of kinetic art in “The Open Work” can clearly define the work of the Chilean Benjamin Ossa, being a “form of plastic art in which the movement of forms, colors, and planes is the way to obtain a change of the work of art as a whole”. His work is conceived as a sensory experience governed by a logic that is both mathematical and philosophical and is thus not to be simply looked at, but to be lived.
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