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A Kinetic Mind: the kinetic sculptures of Anthony Howe

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A Kinetic Mind by Elizabeth Rudge introduces the kinetic sculptures of artist Anthony Howe. The sculptures are visually interesting patterns when still, but are mesmerizing when the wind powers their spinning, rotating, reflecting, interweaving…

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Watch Beeku or Bob-sythe, or check out Octo and Vlast-O-Spline. What’s your favorite and why?!





Related watching: the Randall Museum’s Windswept and Theo Jansen’s Strandbeests.

Thanks, @mindfulmimi, via Colossal.

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