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The beginning of his surrealist period. Meets his friends weekly in the studio of Jean-Michel Atlan. Exhibition in Paris at the Galerie Bretau.

Abandons painting and turns to sculpture. He created an electrically powered Spatiodynamic Clock [Horloge Spatiodynamique] with the cooperation of engineer Henri Perlstein and financed by Andre Bloc. Gives a speech at the Sorbonne on the theory of Spatiodynamics.

Releases his first book entitled Le Spatiodynamisme [Spatiodynamism]. In the course of the year further develops his theory of Spatiodynamics and defines the basic principles of Luminodynamics [Luminodynamisme]. Makes two further films: Creates Musiscope with the cooperation of engineer Julien Leroux and the Philips firm. Two of his mobile luminodynamic sculptures projecting coloured lights are included in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art in Paris.

His exhibition opens at the Institute of Contemporary Art in London. Also a film is shot of the tower, directed by Henri Gruel. Independent exhibition at the Palais des Beaux Arts in Brussels. The presentation of his works in the city theatre of Lyon-Villeurbanne with the cooperation of actor-director Roger Planchon. Collective exhibition at the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris. Jacques Brissot shoots a new film entitled Pavillon de Marsan: First major exhibition in the United States: The exhibition Two Kinetic Sculptors: Participation in the exhibition Light and Movement of the Paris Museum of Modern Arts with a room dedicated to his works.

Spatiodynamique 17 is raised in front of the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington. Displays the Prism in Tokyo at the Y.

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Stages an audiovisual performance in Paris on the road in front of the Museum of Modern Art. Chronos 8 is raised in the grammar school of Roch-sur-Yon. Exhibition and conference in the Noroit Circle in Arras. Kyldex 1, an experimental cybernetic visual show with music by Pierre Henry and choreography by Alwin Nikolais is shown in the Hamburg Opera. Shoots three video films for the French television. A meter chronodynamic sculpture is raised in the Embarcadero Center in San Francisco.

The performance is recorded and made into a film. Four seriographies are included in the collection of the Cabinet des Estampes. Gives a speech at the Sorbonne at a conference of the French Society of Cybernetics. He returns for the first time to his home town, Kalocsa. Begins his sound experiments for electronic organ. Participation in the Sorbonne conference series on art philosophy and art aesthetics.

Conference at the Stuttgart School of Fine Arts. First official visit to Hungary since the emigration. The television channel France 3 broadcasts a program entitled Variations luminodynamiques 2 [Luminodynamic variations 2]. Creation of the Unitra carpet. Inauguration of the mural decoration at the Social Council premises in Roissy en Brie. Exhibition of architectural documentation in the Culture Centre of Chatou.

Releases a book under the title Perturbation et chronocratie [Disruption and Chronocracy]. The first concert of his musical compositions in the Swedish Art Centre in Paris. The Hungarian television broadcasts a documentary presenting his art. A pedagogical research program named Graphilux is launched in Kalocsa in Hungarian pre-schools and schools. Chronos 8, a meter cybernetic light tower is erected in Kalocsa.

His exhibition opens in the Artcuriel Gallery in Paris. Produces designs for a fountain named Hydrothermochronos, which would have functioned with water, fire and laser light if built. The designs have not been carried out. Develops a new type of score, which he uses to create his new composition entitled Variations for [Variations sur ] with the cooperation of Marc Battier for the large computer of IRCAM.

Opens his Paris studio in Villa des Arts from time to time for the general public. A musical performance entitled Variations for and Organ improvisations is rendered in the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Kalocsa.

He finishes his designs for the sculptures Heliocephalochronos. His right arm is paralysed. Chronos 8 is erected at the Virlain Fondation in New-Orleans. The designs of Lux 16 and of the Light Tower of Toulouse are finished. Participation in numerous exhibitions in France and Germany. The Varigraphies portfolio consisting of ten seriographies, signed by the piece, is published in Budapest.

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The Compugraphics [Ordigraphics] series is born as a result of new graphical research designed for the left hand, using a Macintosh computer. Participation in several exhibitions in France. The new series is entitled Colleographics. Presentation of Graphilux in Troyes. Release of his tenth book entitled Surface et espace [Surface and Space].

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Aluminum and plexiglass polychrome with contrasting movements and electrical operation. Aluminium polychrome and plexiglas, 2 meters high.

Aluminium and mixed media computer, traction motor, direction motor, 2 microphones, 2 photoelectric cells, 19 micromotors , height 2,6 meters. The first spatiodynamic sculpture, having total autonomy of movement travel in all directions at two speeds as well as axial and eccentric rotation setting in motion of its 16 pivoting polychromed plates.

Programmed randomly blinking lights within a rotating metal and translucent plexiglass structure. Modular Sculpture in anodized aluminum polychrome. Mobile sculpture mounted on automobile. Cybernetic Luminodynamic Experiment 1, Hamburg Opera. Publications[ edit ] Le Spatiodynamisme, Boulogne sur Seine: Tchou, ; new ed. Moos, , pp. Meridiane, , pp. Romanian Le Nouvel esprit artistique, intro.

Noul spirit artistic, trans. Romanian Atarashii geijutsu seishin: La nouvelle charte de la ville, Paris: Perturbation et chronocratie, Paris: Institut de France, Surface et espace, Paris: Space, Light, Time, ed.

Griffon, , pp. Stedelijk Museum, , [20] pp. Busch, A Decade of Sculpture: The Art Alliance Press, and London: Associated University Presses,