Workshop Optical Art 

Result Model 3
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What is Op-Art?

 
Op art is short for 'optical art'. The Op Art movement emerged in the 1950s. It evolved from abstract/geometric elements found in Abstract Expressionism, and its artists explored the idea of deception and illusion. The Op-Art artists used color, space and form to create a visceral experience of movement and rhythm for the viewer. They often played with positive/negative space, geometric patterns, and the color gradient to alter the viewer’s depth perception.
Bridget Riley, Victor Vasarely and Jesus Rafael Soto were three of the most important op artists.

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 Op-Art Vasarely

Tate Kind: Op Art- What is that?

Op-art model n°1

Model 1 Op Art
Materials needed model 1
Paper Weaving model 1
Op-art Model 1

Op-art model n°2

Materials needed Model 1
Material required 2
Colouring strips
Step 2: design
Step 3_ colouring and cutting
Step 4 Paper weaving
Result op-art model 1
Result op-art model 1

Op-art model n°3

Materials needed model 3
Material required 2
Step 1_ colouring of paper strips
fold the paper in half
Cutting model 3
Step 4 Paper weaving
Step 4 Paper weaving - 2