Fine Arts. a nonrepresentational style of art developed by a group of Russian artists principally in the early 20th century, characterized chiefly by a severely formal organization of mass, volume, and space, and by the employment of modern industrial materials.
The purpose of this paper is to explore the relationship between constructivism and neural organization.
British Dictionary definitions for constructivism
a movement in abstract art evolved in Russia after World War I, primarily by Naum Gabo, which explored the use of movement and machine-age materials in sculpture and had considerable influence on modern art and architecture
(philosophy) the theory that mathematical entities do not exist independently of our construction of them Compare intuitionism (sense 4), finitism