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loek van der klis 16 Animaris Umerus Scheveningen 2009 kopie by Strandbeest, via Flickr

loek van der klis 16 Animaris Umerus Scheveningen 2009 kopie by Strandbeest, via Flickr

Theo JANSEN /// Standing with one of his Stranded Beast / Cinetic wind powered sculpture

Theo JANSEN /// Standing with one of his Stranded Beast / Cinetic wind powered sculpture

Em uma colaboração entre o paisagista japonês Eiki Danzuka e o artista holandês Theo Jansen - sob a direção de Earths...

Exposição Theo Jansen: Animais que se alimentam de vento / Theo Jansen + Earthscape

Em uma colaboração entre o paisagista japonês Eiki Danzuka e o artista holandês Theo Jansen - sob a direção de Earths...

Theo Jansen's beasts

Theo Jansen's beasts

Dutch artist Theo Jansen first started creating his signature "Strandbeest" ("Beach Animal") works in 1990. These huge objects, a combination of art and sc

'Theo Jansen: Strandbeest'

Dutch artist Theo Jansen first started creating his signature "Strandbeest" ("Beach Animal") works in 1990. These huge objects, a combination of art and sc

Strandbeest by Theo Jansen. Jansen says: "The walls between art and engineering exist only in our minds." In 1990, he began to build large mechanisms out of PVC that are able to move on their own. He strives to equip his creations with their own artificial intelligence so they can avoid obstacles by changing course when one is detected, such as the sea itself.

Strandbeest by Theo Jansen. Jansen says: "The walls between art and engineering exist only in our minds." In 1990, he began to build large mechanisms out of PVC that are able to move on their own. He strives to equip his creations with their own artificial intelligence so they can avoid obstacles by changing course when one is detected, such as the sea itself.

Photograph of Theo Jansen with one of his kinetic Strandbeest sculptures, by Lena Herzog. An exhibition of Jansen’s sculptures and Herzog’s photography is currently on view at the Peabody Essex Museum, in Salem, Massachusetts. Herzog’s Strandbeest: the Dream Machines of Theo Jansen (available in print and ebook editions) was published by Taschen last year.

Photograph of Theo Jansen with one of his kinetic Strandbeest sculptures, by Lena Herzog. An exhibition of Jansen’s sculptures and Herzog’s photography is currently on view at the Peabody Essex Museum, in Salem, Massachusetts. Herzog’s Strandbeest: the Dream Machines of Theo Jansen (available in print and ebook editions) was published by Taschen last year.

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