In the light of the phenomena that influenced and triggered the use of technology in current art practices, the development and transformation of the work of art which established the connection between the artist and the audience has been quite fast. Technological developments accelerating with the industrial revolution reveal the question of how art works should be. Painting, which got out of the canvas routine with Marcel Duchamp's ‘Ready-Made’, gained a Constructive structure and transformed into a structure in motion with the development of technology. When the kinetic art came to exist, the beauty of the movement and the logic of the movement of each artwork developed, and in this context, Jean Tinguely did things that he called Meta-Mechanics. The artist, who said that everything is moving and there is no concept of stability, stated that he believed in the necessity of variability. In addition to Tinguely who wanted to build a machine, Andy Warhol, who wanted to be a machine, benefited from the commodities of the consumer society in order to produce more and established the art studio he called the factory by developing the idea of mass production. Tinguely, who sees technology as a new art object, Warhol, who considers technology as a means of producing a series of works of art, and their common idea; The Machine.
Tinguely, Warhol, Machine, Technology, Méta-Matic
|Author :||Alpaslan AKPINAR|
|Number of pages:||227-244|