City Of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places Presents 5th International Kinetic Art Exhibit Saturday, March 6 & Sunday, March 7. Free And Open To The Public

The City of Boynton Beach‘s Art in Public Places program brings the 5th Kinetic Art Exhibit, showcasing international, national, and local luminaries on Saturday, March 6 and Sunday, March 7.  The FREE Events take place outdoors and indoors, with opportunities to interact with the displays and speak with the artists.  A special Artist Meet and Greet Panel Discussion takes place on Saturday. Explore Smartphone Augmented Reality (AR), meet 6 “Karibu” artists, experience kinetic art in new ways! How exciting that this family friendly event takes place in our backyard!  Check out the Pinwheel Youth Art Contest, enjoy live music and food trucks.  ASL Interpreted tours begin at 1:00 p.m. (Saturday & Sunday).  The Rickie Report shares the details and a few sneak peeks. Kudos to the hard working committee who put this together. We are proud to be a media sponsor!













2021     KINETIC     ART     EXHIBIT

Saturday, March 6, 2021   9 am – 6 pm

Sunday, March 7, 2021   11 am – 4 pm 





 Interactive Kinetic sculpture: “The Healing Heart”by  Rubem Robierb



Meet the Artists Panel Discussion

Saturday, March 6     11:30 am


Panel discussion with Artists: Adrian Landon, Rubem Robierb, Lloyd Goradesky and Trina Slade Burks. The Panel will be moderated by longtime ABC newsman, Sam Champion.




Outdoor   Sculpture   Exhibit:



City of Boynton Beach – City Hall – 100 E. Ocean Avenue

Open 24/7    Self guided walking tour

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Let Love Guide Your Way”by Lloyd Goradesky


What is Kinetic Art? Kinetic Art is a form of art that depends on movement for its effect. The word kinetic means relating to motion. Since the early 20th Century, artists have been incorporating movement into art. This has been partly to explore the possibilities of movement, partly to introduce the element of time, partly to reflect the importance of the machine and technology in the modern world and partly to explore the nature of vision.




Outdoor  Sculptures:




“Karibu”   Pole   Spinners




Indoor Kinetic art by  Ron Agam



Indoor   Sculpture  Exhibit:


 Boynton Beach Arts & Cultural Center – 125 E. Ocean Avenue




As the first major events in the newly renovated Cultural Center, the two-day exhibition of kinetically inspired work will be presented in the beautiful 4,000-square-foot entertainment space that can safely welcome 130 people (Masks Required).


Artists include: Adrian Landon, Ron Agam, Joel Amit (Blue Gallery); Olga Duenas; Kimon Fotaidis; Brookheart Jonqui; Oliver Haligon (Haligon Fine Art); Marco Mahler; Debbie Mostel Designs; Kyle Poyser; Luissa Russo; Darren Miller; Frank Hyder; Lloyd Goradesky; and Ana Giovinazzo.   Mobiles, op art, and at least eight of Frank Hyder’s giant two-faced inflatable heads will be on display.





“How the Universe Began by Debbie Mostel Designs






Weekend Art Experiences:



The FREE Outdoor and Indoor Exhibits brings meaningful and playful public art by prominent Kinetic artists from around the world, which reflect a variety of styles and modes of movement. Masks are required. Limited parking is available on East Ocean Ave. Lots of the additional parking is available in the lots to the north and east of the Arts & Cultural Center with entrances from Boynton Beach Blvd or SE 1st Street.



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Kinetic Art Exhibit Announces 5th Biennial Event In Boynton Beach FL With Extended Call To Artists Through November 1, 2020

The City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places announces the 5th Biennial Kinetic Art Exhibit to be held on Saturday March 6th – Sunday, March 7th, 2021. The Outdoor and Indoor exhibit brings meaningful and playful public art by prominent Kinetic artists for this international event. This exhibition features works by artists from around the world whose works reflect a variety of styles and modes of movement.  In this article, The Rickie Report shares the CALL FOR ARTISTS (Deadline is November 1, 2020).  














March  6 – 7, 2021


















Apply to be an exhibitor at the 2021 event!



Deadline to apply is NOVEMBER 1, 2020.



Artists, please visit to apply



All types of kinetic art forms are encouraged!

Join international and national kinetic artists in exhibiting

kinetic artwork in this one-of-a-kind event!




“Reflections” by Ralfonso




“Kinetic Art Exhibit attracts artists and celebrates kinetic art, branding the City as a premier arts destination,” said Eleanor Krusell, Director of Marketing & Events for the City of Boynton Beach. “This year’s exhibit will attract families and art patrons to Boynton Beach.”


The outdoor installations are accessed via an easy-to-walk self-guided tour. During opening weekend, the FREE public event will take place on Saturday, March 6th, 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. and Sunday, March 7th, 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.


Highlights during this year’s event include an unveiling of world-renowned kinetic sculptor Ralfonso’s piece “Reflections”. This gateway feature for the City’s Town Square redevelopment project is located at the North East corner of E Ocean Ave. and Seacrest Blvd. The 27’ high sculpture features twenty-one 3ʹ to 11’ long bird-like wings that rotate in the wind. Fabricated by EES Designs, this stainless-steel artwork reflects nature by day and is colorfully lit at night. The wings intersect, representing the City’s diversity and unity. Three Zen-shaped seating walls provide sculpture viewing and a community- gathering place.


Additionally, “Synesthesia” by Donald Gialanella located at 120 E. Ocean Ave., will also be unveiled in November 2020. This artwork plaza is interactive during the day, engaging all generations and abilities with vibrant sounds and surface reflections. At night, it emits ambiance with soothing sounds and ever-changing light. 


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C3 Contemporary Curators Kara Walker Tomé, Lisa Rockford And Leah Brown Introduce New Installation Art At FAT Village. Enjoy Panel Discussion, Viewings And Performance Art

C3 curators, Kara Walker Tomé, Lisa Rockford, and Leah Brown invite the public to a new collective of art, located at the Projects at FAT Village in Ft. Lauderdale.  Several artists including Donna Haynes, TD Gillespie, AdrienneRose Gionta, and Luke Jenkins will talk about their pieces. Roberto Rafael Navarrete will perform inside his installation and answer questions afterward.  Stop by on Sunday, February 17, Saturday, February 23, and Saturday, March 30.  The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks.






Free   and   Open   To   The   Public:

Panel discussion:

February 17, 2019    4:00 pm

“Inhabited” at FATVillage Artwalks:

Saturday,  February  23, 6-10pm

Saturday,  March 30, 6-10pm

The Projects at FAT Village

523 NW 1st Ave.     Fort Lauderdale, FL

Martin Casuso “A Biscayne Boy Fort”




The Panel Discussion on February 17, will bring the three core members of C3 together to discuss the formation of the group. Kara Walker Tomé will talk about why she was motivated to start the collective and Leah Brown and Lisa Rockford will talk about why they agreed to be a part of it.  The three will also discuss their collective’s mission and goals.



“Inhabited” is an exhibition in which 16 artists will explore the concept of a dwelling by creating structural forms that a body or an idea can reside within. The Projects Space will be transformed into a temporary village that becomes an interactive environment, challenging boundaries both physical and psychological.



Mumbi O’Brien’s  “Orange”  character in an interactive performance with a viewer


Several artists exhibiting in “Inhabited” will talk about their pieces, including Donna Haynes, TD Gillespie, AdrienneRose Gionta and Luke Jenkins. Artist Roberto Rafael Navarrete will perform inside his installation Conception and answer questions afterward.


AdrienneRose Gionta “90 Hours in a Tinyish Luxury BBW Lyfe”



Curated by Leah Brown, Lisa Rockford, Kara Walker Tomé

Participating Artists:
Michael Bauman
Kelly Boehmer
Laura Bustamante
Martin Casuso
Tricia Cooke
Vanessa Diaz
TD Gillespie
Adrienne Rose Gionta
Donna Haynes
Luke Jenkins
Anna Kell
Anja Marais
Laura Marsh
Roberto Rafael Navarrete
Mumbi O’Brien
Kerry Phillips

Roberto Rafael Navarrete “Conception”





C3 Collective mission: To collaborate with like-minded curators to create innovative contemporary art exhibitions and programming that engage and challenge audiences with new approaches to art making and curation. With members representing the South Florida counties of Palm Beach, Broward and Miami, we are conduits that create exchange between artists and the public through projects that connect communities. C3 functions within the context of current movements, theories and critical dialogue of the national and international contemporary art world.

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Visit Boynton Beach, FL For Kinetic Art by The Sea: Sculptures That Move, Augmented Reality

It happens only once every two years and it’s starting now!  Visitors to Boynton Beach, FL can see large-scale kinetic sculptures, experience augmented reality, participate in sound and interactive art, and meet internationally renowned kinetic artists at the 4th Biennial International Kinetic Art Exhibit and Symposium!  The official opening weekend is February 2-3 and will attract art collectors from around the world.  Producer Debby Coles Dobay, Public Arts Manager for the City of Boynton Beach is to be commended!  The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks. This event is free! It features 12 outdoor iconic works of kinetic art50 indoor educational and interactive displays and the opportunity to meet international kinetic artists.







Outdoor Exhibit:

Open 24/7    Self guided walking tour

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Downtown Boynton

 E. Ocean Ave. from NE 1st St. to Fed. Hwy., north to Boynton Beach Blvd. east to the Boynton Harbor Marina. View the 2019 Outdoor exhibit map.

Six of the 12 outdoor installations were created especially for this exhibition!




Peter Pereria



2019  Indoor Kinetic Art Exhibit Tent:

Saturday, February 2      9 am – 6 pm

Sunday, February 3           11 am – 4 pm

 114 N. Federal Hwy.  Boynton Beach, FL 

Exhibition featuring kinetic artworks 

Kinetic videos

Meet kinetic artists at their artwork

Awards announcement   3 pm Sunday





A FREE biennial event that connects to one-of-a-kind kinetic art experiences such as iconic outdoor kinetic artworks, indoor kinetic artworks, interactive installations, art and technology displays and meet international artists. 

Learn more about the International Kinetic Art event


Tom Brewitz “Birds at Pavilion”





Weekend Art Experiences:

•    Augmented Reality project and tour
•    “Moving Towards Balance” –  a kinetic community engagement activity
•    Elayna Toby Singer’s  “Moving Toward Balance” hour-long interactive community mobile making sessions that combine movement and mindfulness to restore ones internal and environmental balance.
•    Kinetic Kanopi – a community collaborative project that demonstrates sustainable practices and kinetic influenced technological innovations
•    Solar Shimmer project, a student interactive kinetic installation
•    Sun Boxes, a solar-powered sound installation Sun Boxes
•    Never-ending nature-inspired cellular bloom kinetic sculptures




Debby Coles-Dobay, Public Arts Manager for the City of Boynton Beach, said, “Kinetic artworks are powered by solar, water, wind, gravity and human interaction.  Each installation has an augmented reality component to deepen the experience and, in some cases, allow visitors to enter and shape the artwork.  This is art in four dimensions.”  



The outdoor installations are accessed via an easy-to-walk self-guided tour or scheduled group tours with trained docents.  In the augmented reality experience, objects appear before your eyes through an easy-to-use app. At each sculpture the kinetic artist will describe their work on your smartphone or tablet.  For app, maps and more  




Dude Dudali by Béju



The International Kinetic Art Exhibit and Symposium is a biennial event in downtown Boynton Beach. The event  features 12 outdoor iconic works of kinetic art, 50 indoor educational and interactive displays and the opportunity to meet international kinetic artists. The 2019 Kinetic Art Event will include an augmented reality project and tour; Moving Toward Balance – an hour-long community mobile-making experience to promote personal balance, celebrate trees and address climate change; and Kinetic Kanopi – a community collaborative project that demonstrates sustainable practices and kinetic-influenced technological innovations.


Sofia Nikolaenko works on her kinetic project


Special opening-weekend installations include the Solar Shimmer project, a student interactive kinetic  installation; Sun Boxes, a solar powered sound installation; and never-ending nature-inspired cellular bloom kinetic sculptures.




Kinetic Art ranges from optical illusions to mechanical movement. Most kinetics are interactive, made up of parts designed to be set in motion by an internal mechanism or an external stimulus, such as a Solar, Water, Wind, Electricity or Viewer-Interactive. In contrast to fine art exhibits in galleries and studios, Kinetic Art is an interactive format that leads viewers to explore how it is made and how it moves. Some Kinetic Art installations are set up so that the observer can walk in, on, or become a part of, them. Kinetics communicates sensorial experiences, allows the artist to break barriers and often includes multiple disciplines. Because it is constantly evolving, Kinetic Art embraces new ways to use and even improve technology for everyday life.



2019 International Kinetic Art Exhibition and Symposium:

An international collaboration between

Anthony Castronovo and Eleonora Nicoletti



The Solar Shimmer project consists of a long screen or textile-like installation composed of recycled CDs and solar lanterns.  A unique design will be created that will be site – specific for Boynton Beach. The size of the proposed project is 6’ x 36’ and is composed of three panels. Students will participate by designing their own solar lanterns made with small, recycled plastic bottles. They will also assist with the installation of Solar Shimmer in which their artworks will be hung on the fence to create the pattern in the project.

Students will be engaged throughout the project and will be able to take their lanterns home at the end of the installation. The artists will provide materials in the form of PDFs and videos to engage students in an inspiring discussion of contemporary solar art, unique architectural applications of photovoltaics, and elements of sustainability such as material waste and reuse.


Close-Up of Sabeck Laudenslager’s kinetic sculpture 




Created by the Boynton Beach Arts Commission and produced by the City of Boynton Beach Art in Public Places program, the International Kinetic Art Exhibit and Symposium is a biennial event held in east Boynton Beach that is free and open to the public.  This event is supported by the City of Boynton Beach, Art in Public Places and Kinetic Art Organization (KAO), International Sculpture Center, CODA WORX, Art Hive Magazine, Boca Bearings, and South Tech Academy.

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  Learn more about the International Kinetic Art event.






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“Outside The Box4” Biennial Exhibition At Whitespace Collection Offers Interactive Contemporary Art Installations March 9th and 10th

Elayne Mordes of Whitespace, The Mordes Collection is finishing 2017/2018 Season in grand style!  Everyone is invited to “Outside The Box4” an array of contemporary installation art, interactive art, videos and so much more! Stop by on Friday, March 9th and Saturday, March 10th.  The art installations curated by Lisa Rockford will not only entertain but help you explore art in new ways! The Rickie Report shares the details and urges you to bring the family and friends to share the experience!


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Season Finale At Whitespace Collection Tonight And Tomorrow Night!

Don’t miss  the season finale at Whitespace Collection, tonight and tomorrow night!  Free Parking at Café Joshua – directly across the street from Whitespace!  Here are the details:

WhitespacefinalCopy of Outside the Box 3





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Two Nights Only! “Outside The Box3” At Whitespace!

Lisa Rockford has again curated an outstanding exhibit at Whitespace The Mordes Collection, “Outside the Box 3”.  Don’t miss this two-night special event, April 1 and 2 showcasing 43 artists!  The Rickie Report shares the details and sneak peeks.  Kudos to Elayne Mordes for bringing us a fantastic finish of this season!






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Whitespace Collection Call To Artists For “Outside The Box3”

Esteemed collector Elayne Mordes is gearing up for the next installment of “outside the box” artworks, in a biennial of outdoor, site-specific art. “OUTSIDE THE BOX 3” is the third biennial to be hosted at the perfectly situated scenic waterfront site of her enviable collection, Whitespace, in Palm Beach. The Rickie Report shares the application for this Call For Entries here and a review of “OUTSIDE THE BOX2” (2014). 


Whitespace Collection

Seeking Artists for


Outdoor Art Installation Biennial

Whitespace–The Mordes Collection

Send inquiries to:
Lisa Rockford,

Whitespace – The Mordes Collection

2805 N. Australian Avenue  West Palm Beach, Florida 33407

T: 561.842.4131


Martin Casuso, Best In Show, OUTSIDE THE BOX2, 2014

Martin Casuso, Best In Show, OUTSIDE THE BOX2, 2014



$1000 in prizes

Application Deadline: November 1, 2015

Exhibition Dates:

Friday & Saturday, April 1 – 2, 2016   8-11 pm


OUTSIDE THE BOX3, curated by Lisa Rockford, will be the third biennial exhibition of outdoor, site-specific art in Palm Beach County, FL. This unique and alternative format, situated on the grounds of the  prestigious Whitespace – The Mordes Collection, is seeking 35 innovative contemporary artists to create site-specific installations that interact with the landscape & outdoor environment. Whitespace is located at 2805 N. Australian Avenue in West Palm Beach. 





This temporary outdoor art happening will take place April 1 & 2, 2016, as part of the season’s closing festivities of Whitespace.  The distinctive and alternative format of the exhibit asks artists to propose temporary work, suitable for outdoors that will respond creatively to the site, or be interactive in nature.  The installations should interact with the unique landscape & outdoor environment, ranging from large-scale sculptures, interactive installations, inflatables, video art, performances, and more.





Lisa Rockford, an exhibiting artist and Professor at Broward College, has worked with over 100 artists from South Florida and beyond.  She has curate many Contemporary  group exhibitions, including “The Triumph of Detritus, Humoritorium: The Art Of Whimsy”, and “Appropriated gender” among others. Lisa Rockford was named a “Rising Star”in Gold Coast Magazine’s 2014 article, “40 under 40” for her community building art events.


Cat Del Buono's "Swimming Upstream" OUTSIDE THE BOX2, 2014

Cat Del Buono’s “Swimming Upstream” OUTSIDE THE BOX2, 2014


One of the most talked about works of OUTSIDE THE BOX2, 2014 was a video installation by Cat Del Buono, titled “Swimming Upstream”.  Many onlookers did not realize that they weren’t looking at a real pool of water in the ground.  Video art by Cat Del Buono will be featured in Whitespace’s next annual exhibit which will open in November, 2015. Please visit for up-to-date seasonal programming.





Prizes total $1000, including $500 Best in Show, $300 Second Place, and $200 Third place.
Prize Jury Panel: Lisa Rockford – Curator Outside the Box 3, Marisa J. Pascucci – Curator of 20th Centruy & Contemporary Art- Boca Museum of Art, Bryan D. Walsh – Gallery Director DTR Modern Galleries, John J. McGurk – Independent Curator NYC.


Open call for proposals from artists in proximity to South Florida working in installation art, sculpture/mixed media, inflatables, video art, new media, sound, and performance. The curator will give preference to installations that include interactive and/or multi-sensory elements, and incorporate or adapt well to the site. Installations should incorporate a light source and have visual impact/high aesthetic appeal.

The Site

Whitespace, The Mordes Collection is located on a lake waterfront with a sand beach, and features a landscape with a long stretch of grass, elements of bushes and trees and a building with concrete walls and a wrap around tarmac. To get a better visual, please view images from the 2014 OUTSIDE THE BOX2 exhibit here: or


Factors to consider:

  • All exhibition spaces are outside and will be presented in the twilight hours. Artists should incorporate lighting as part of the presentation. (This will be discussed/finalized during the site visit).
  • All installations must be site specific and proposals must consider nature’s unpredictable elements. Artists must have a storm/rain plan. Any artwork in the water must be anchored.
  • Selected artists will be given the space that is best suited for their proposal, and artists will be given the opportunity to visit the site and view their allotted area at least 4 months prior to installation.
  • The exhibition committee comprised of Directors of Whitespace, Elayne and Marvin Mordes, and Curator; Lisa Rockford will make all exhibition selections. If necessary, in some cases the exhibition committee may suggest or request adaptations to the methods or materials proposed.

    Important Dates

  • Proposals will not be accepted after November 1, 2015.
  • Selected Artists will be notified by November 29, 2015.
  • Selected artists must be available for the following dates:

o Site Visit: Artists are required to view their assigned space on December 11 or 12, 2015.

o Installation Dates: March 31, 2016 (5 pm – 10 pm) or April 1, 2016 (8 am – 4 pm)

Earlier installation may be possible upon request if the setup requires more than 8 hours of installation time.

o De-Installation: Saturday, April 2 , 2016 (after exhibition closing) and/or Sunday April 3, 2016 by 1:00 p.m.


Submission Instructions

All application materials should be sent by Email to Lisa Rockford at Include the following in ONE Email:

  1. Signed, Completed Artist Application Form (below), (Take a photo or a scan of it and attach to email).
  2. Curriculum Vitae or Artist Resume/Bio
  3. Documentation of previous artwork, and/or website link where more artwork can be viewed. 5 or more images should be in .jpg, .png, .tiff, or .pdf format and at least 500k. Maximum 20 mb Total can be sent in one email.
     Images should be titled:FirstName-LastName_Artwork-Title_1.jpg,FirstName-LastName_Artwork-Title_2.jpg,etc.
     Videoart,documentationofperformances,orsoundfilesshouldbesentviawebsitelinks.
  4. Sketch of proposed installation: Please provide a detailed drawing/sketch, or digital mockup of the work you are proposing to create for the exhibit. If you want to exhibit pre-existing works, specify which images represent the work to be shown, and a description or sketch of how you propose to show the work in this exhibit.
    Proposal Images should be titled: FirstName-LastName _Sketch_1.jpg, FirstName-LastName _ProposedArtwork_1.jpg, etc.
  5. In body of the email, add a Typed proposal/ detailed description of the concept. Include the following:
    • Explain the specific type of space needed or preferred: In water, on sand, on Grass, in bushes, hanging from tree, on asphalt driveway, projected on blank wall, etc.
    • Explain the approximate size of the area needed (height, width, depth, etc).
    • Give detailed installation plans including the specific materials you intend to use, and description of installation methods to be used. Note: All installations must be temporary. NO use of nails, screws etc. may be used.
    • Explain how lighting will be incorporated into the installation. Solar lights are recommended if lighting is not incorporated into the piece.
    • Explain if your work is weatherproof, or your plan if it storms or rains.
    • Discuss how the viewer will interact with the work.
      Note: Artists may submit more than one proposal for consideration.
  6. Note in the email how payment was made. Applications will not be considered without payment of the jury fee. $30.00 required payment for the first proposal through PayPal or by mailed Check. Add $5.00 more for each additional installation proposal. Send PayPal payment to
    You will need to have an existing PayPal account or sign up for a free account at mail check/money order to Lisa Rockford, 661 NW 16th St, Pompano Beach, FL 33060


The OUTSIDE THE BOX2 biennial event in 2014 featured installations by 37 artists from throughout Florida, attracted hundreds of art enthusiasts and was covered extensively in local media.




For more information about Whitespace Collection please contact:

Elayne Mordes, ASID AAA

Whitespace Art Adventures

2805 N. Australian Avenue West Palm Beach, Florida 33407

T:561.842.4131 F:561.842.4132 E:

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