Dante Leonelli

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Dante Leonelli (born September 15, 1931 in Chicago) is a pioneer of kinetic light sculpture and a former tutor at Hornsey College of Art and the Royal College of Art.

In 1968 Leonelli formed the Continuum group with artists Michael McKinnon and Robert Janz. Their group exhibition toured to Sheffield, Hull, Manchester and Oxford, culminating in the first exhibition of kinetic light art to be shown at the Hayward Gallery.

More recently Leonelli has proposed Eco Halos, which monitor and reflect changing levels of environmental traffic and air pollution.[1][2][3]

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Dante Leonelli website:

EcoHalo website: