Yaacov Agam, an Israeli-born artist, is another of the art movement's leading contributors. His works often feature thin, fixed strips that project from the surface of a painting in vertical rows. His art is frequently colorful and kinetic. Our eye continually traces over the breadth of the visual area because we are met with such a vivid overabundance of colorful activity and shapes. It looks chaotic, but it's actually extremely ordered. The attention to design which characterizes so many of these types of artworks is still a popular element of certain branches of art today.