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This week’s New Yorker magazine features Ian Frazier on Theo Jansen, a Dutch artist who makes kinetic sculptures called Strandbeests that walk along the beach.
In the video below, Frazier discusses the sculptures and how they fit into the tradition of Dutch landscapes. Very cool.
Source: The New Yorker
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