THEO JANSEN’S STRANDBEEST

THEO JANSEN’S STRANDBEEST

http://www.strandbeest.com/

During the summer of 2016 there will be beach sessions again. The idea behind a beach session is that you witness my experiments on beach during the summer. I will tell about my work in a lecture (English) in the beach club. And I will let the new beast walk on the soft sand using a kind of ski poles.

In the case that the wind is not too strong (lower than 30 km/h), not too low (faster than 20km/h) and more or less parallel to the coast, Animaris Proboscis can walk on the wind on the hard sand. That is the image that can be seen in many YouTube videos. But that can only happen under these particular wind conditions. If you come to The Hague solely for that image, then you are welcome as well but I cannot guarantee that certain wind conditions will prevail on the beach.

 

Exhibition

Chicago Cultural Center

Date: February 6 – May 01, 2016

78 E. Washington St.

Chicago, IL

60602

US

Chicago Cultural Center

Strandbeest Drawings
Date: April 12, 2016 – April 27, 2016 

Atrium Stadhuis, The Hague

Exhibition
Date: April 17 – October 31 2016
Verbeke Foundation
Westakker
9190 KEMZEKE (Stekene)
Belgium
http://www.verbekefoundation.com/uw-bezoek/

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