Kinetic artist Benito Ormenese, born 1930 in Prata di Pordenone, Italy, (died in 2013), left the faculty of architecture in the 1960ies and moved to Milano to become an artist. Many of Ormenese’s artworks are recognizable by the geometrical and three-dimensional aspects he incorporates into them. In addition, light and dynamics, as well as visual perception represent main themes in the design of his works of art. He often paints tessellated patterns, and likes using the colors black and white in many of his minimalistic artworks, also in combination with only a few other colors.


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