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Imagen relacionadaEl mar no hace más que subir, y esto amenaza con hacer retroceder los límites de nuestra tierra hasta donde estuvieron en el medievo. Y todos sabemos que en ese minúsculo trocito que nos va a quedar poco podremos hacer. Por tanto, la gran cuestión es: ¿cómo hacer llegar más granitos de arena a nuestras dunas? Sería fantástico si tuviéramos unos animales que removieran la arena de nuestras playas, que la arrojaran al aire, para que, a continuación, el viento se encargara de…

Imagen relacionadaEl mar no hace más que subir, y esto amenaza con hacer retroceder los límites de nuestra tierra hasta donde estuvieron en el medievo. Y todos sabemos que en ese minúsculo trocito que nos va a quedar poco podremos hacer. Por tanto, la gran cuestión es: ¿cómo hacer llegar más granitos de arena a nuestras dunas? Sería fantástico si tuviéramos unos animales que removieran la arena de nuestras playas, que la arrojaran al aire, para que, a continuación, el viento se encargara de…

Directed and Produced by Salazar for Red Bull Media House    To learn more about Theo and his beasts   www.strandbeest.com    Music: Edo Van Breemen     www.salazarfilm.com  www.redbullmediahouse.com

"Animaris modularius" of Theo Jansen by Salazar. Directed and Produced by Salazar for Red Bull Media House

Really want to ride one.  Not sure if feasible or physically possible.  Doesn't shake my desire, at all.

Theo Jansen

Strandbeest, Beach Animals, are the creation of Dutch artist Theo Jansen. In this video I demonstrate a Strandbeest built from a kit. These dynamic sculpture.

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Catch the only West Coast showing of Strandbeest: The Dream Machines of Theo Jansen: Photo by Lena Herzog

Kinetic Sculptures by Theo Janssen--you should see it walking!

Kinetic Sculptures by Theo Janssen

Dutch artist Theo Jansen.  His creations are walking skeletons made of electricity tubes and powered by the wind. His latest, the Animaris Rhinoceros Transport features a steel skeleton with a polyester skin and weighs two tons. But amazingly, it can be set into motion by a solo person...

Animaris Rhinoceros Transport Wind-Powered Creature-Transport

A new species of animal roams the beaches of Holland. Made of plastic tubes, Theo Jansen’s kinetic sculptures move along the sand in a surprisingly organic way.

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 These huge objects, a combination of art and sc

De expositie Ex Vitro verkent het raakvlak tussen kunst en wetenschap. Eregast Theo Jansen neemt zijn strandbeesten mee, een levensvorm uit pvc die zelfstandig…

Theo Jansen's wind-powered "strandbeests" journey to San Francisco in a show that's part natural history display, part fine art.

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Theo Jansen’s Kinetic Strandbeest Sculptures are Fantastic, Sand-Walking Behemoths

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Dutch sculptor Theo Jansen creates huge kinetic art pieces that propel themselves via wind power. Imagine seeing some of these walking along the beach!

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A strandbeest, designed & built by Theo Jansen, made mostly of pipe and powered by wind to walk across the beach.

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Theo Jansen's Kinetic Strandbeest Sculptures are Fantastic, Sand-Walking Behemoths

Crazy kinetic sculpture by Theo Jansen - check this thing out in motion!