Pontus Hulten Quote: “Tinguely wasn’t the first artist to…”

Tinguely wasn’t the first artist to work with machines. But others were more interested in precision, in what machines are meant to do. What made him different was the random element. He introduced the mechanical accident. He was always interested in the immaterial, in sound, smoke, speed, light, shadows.

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Name: Pontus Hulten
Profession: Educator
Nationality: Swedish
Birthday: June 21, 1924
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