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Thu Oct 16 17:50:12 2014 UTClccn-n970450160.00Artist file : miscellaneous uncataloged material0.500.92TEDTalks: Theo Jansen--The Art of Creating Creatures11050449Theo_Jansenn 970450164329166lccn-n84091151Hofland, H. J. A.lccn-no94030774Kunsthal Rotterdamlccn-n83197941Kirkpatrick, J.(John)nc-theater zeebelt$den haagTheater Zeebelt(Den Haag)nc-strandbeest com firmStrandbeest.com (Firm)lccn-no2005057562Films on DemandJansen, Theo1948-Exhibition catalogsNetherlandsJansen, Theo,Kinetic sculptureBiology in artArt and scienceAnimals, Mythical, in artOutdoor sculptureRobotsSculpture, ModernSculpture, AbstractKinetic artSpeeches, addresses, etc194819921994199620022006200720091701322709.04074NB653.J285262ocn053231785book20020.23Hofland, H. J. AStrandbeesten van Theo JansenExhibition catalogs171ocn212234088book20070.18Jansen, TheoDe grote fantastOverzicht van het werk van de Nederlandse kunstenaar (1948) die een eigen universum schept met bewegende dieren van pvc-buizen121ocn053138251book19960.66Jansen, TheoKlimmen in lucht : reflecties81ocn213488284visu20070.84Works of art by Theo Jansen"Theo Jansen (1948) studied physics at the University of Delft (The Netherlands) from 1968-1975. He left University to become an artist. He painted for the first seven years. In 1980 he built a flying saucer (15 ft flashing lights, beep sounds) that flew over Delft and set the town in commotion. Then he built a light sensitive spray-gun which paints an object on a surface. Since 1986 Theo Jansen has been writing a column for the Volkskrant (national newspaper). Since 1990 he has been working on a new creation: skeletons made of electric-conduits which walk on windpower. These animals have evolved into several generations over the last twelve years. Eventually he wants to put the anima Is out in herds on the beaches, where they live their own lives."--Strandbeest Web Shop43ocn493789415book20070.63Jansen, TheoThe great pretenderSince 1990, Theo Jansen has been engaged in creating new forms of life: beach animals made from yellow plastic tubing. Skeletons made from these tubes are able to walk, and they have evolved over many generations, becoming increasingly adept at surviving storms and sea water. The Great Pretender is Jansen's testimonial to his experiences as a creator41ocn065825703book19920.26Jansen, TheoZogenaamd ik en andere reflecties22ocn233690243visu20070.27Jansen, TheoWorks of art"Since 1990 he has been working on a new creation: skeletons made of electric-conduits which walk on windpower. These animals have evolved into several generations over the last twelve years. Eventually he wants to put the animals out in herds on the beaches, where they live their own lives."--container22ocn670115408visu20070.47Jansen, TheoThe Great Pretender works of art by Theo JansenTheo Jansen (1948) studied physics at the University of Delft (The Netherlands) from 1968-1975. He left University to be - come an artist. He painted for the first seven years. In 1980 he built a flying saucer (15 ft flashing lights, beep sounds) that flew over Delft and set the town in commotion. Then he built a light sensitive spray-gun which paints an object on a surface. Since 1986 Theo Jansen has been writing a column for the Volkskrant (national newspaper). Since 1990 he has been working on a new creation: skeletons made of electric-conduits which walk on windpower. These animals have evolved into several generations over the last twelve years. Eventually he wants to put the anima Is out in herds on the beaches, where they live their own lives. (Quelle: Verlagsinfo)11ocn069383458visu19940.47Jansen, TheoArtifauna, or, The artificial beast11ocn888709815book2007Jansen, TheoDe grote fantast11ocn069183077book19940.47Neonatuur833ocn181420957book20070.63Jansen, TheoThe great pretenderSince 1990, Theo Jansen has been engaged in creating new forms of life: beach animals made from yellow plastic tubing. Skeletons made from these tubes are able to walk, and they have evolved over many generations, becoming increasingly adept at surviving storms and sea water. The Great Pretender is Jansen's testimonial to his experiences as a creator71ocn191801504visu20060.27Jansen, TheoWorks of art"Since 1990 he has been working on a new creation: skeletons made of electric-conduits which walk on windpower. These animals have evolved into several generations over the last twelve years. Eventually he wants to put the animals out in herds on the beaches, where they live their own lives."--container11ocn858448651visu20070.92TEDTalks: Theo Jansen--The Art of Creating CreaturesPresents Dutch artist Theo Jansen, who has been working for 16 years to create kinetic sculptures that move on their own in lifelike ways; each generation of his "Strandbeests" is subject to the forces of evolution, with successful forms moving forward into new designs. Illustrates his newest creatures, made of plastic tubes and lemonade bottles, that walk without assistance on the beaches of Holland and are powered by wind. Jansen demonstrates the amazingly lifelike sculptures he creates and how they are designed to move and even survive on their own; feeding on gusts of wind11ocn761870807mixJansen, TheoArtist file : miscellaneous uncataloged materialThu Oct 16 16:00:16 EDT 2014batch8617