Ballet dancers perform during a rehearsal of the Negative Variate idea by Moholy-Nagy in Budapest, Hungary. This ballet is a form of lumino kinetic art which involves light and movement. László Moholy-Nagy is considered to be the father of this art form. He was a Hungarian painter and photographer as well as professor in the Bauhaus school.
Làslò Moholy-Nagy - Light-Space Modulator, 1921-30, Mobile construction of steel, plastic and wood. Harvard University. His best-known film was made around 1930. Called Lichtspiel schwarz weiss grau (Lightplay black white gray), it recorded the movements and light effects produced by the Light-Space Modulator, a kinetic sculpture that he designed, constructed of metal and glass and driven by an electric motor.