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Get Close To Life-Sized Wind-Powered Sculptures At The Art Science Museum From 23 June

Remember the days of buying LEGO kits to build that superhero of your dreams? Or the days of playing with Play-Doh and creating animal figurines your parents brushed aside with a mere “heh, nice”?

Well, here is one exhibition you have to bring your parents to, to show them that imaginary creations are part of a bigger plan.

The exhibition, Wind Walkers: Theo Jansen’s Strandbeests, takes place at the Art Science Museum, opening on 23 June 2018.

Featuring a series of wind-powered machines he describes as “a new species on Earth” or “beach animals”, the Wind Walkers exhibition combines art, science, engineering and performance all in one.

Theo Jansen has earned international acclaim with his life-sized Strandbeests. Using everyday materials like plastic pipings and bottles, he creates creatures from the recent moving Strandbeests to “fossils” of past beests that are propelled by the wind.

If you have an insane obsession with art, science and/or engineering, head on down to the Art Science Museum at Marina Bay Sands.

Dates & Time: 23 June – 30 September 2018, 10am to 7pm (daily)

Price: S$11 onwards

Wind Walkers – Theo Jansen’s Strandbeests: Marina Bay Sands, Art Science Museum, 6 Bayfront Avenue, Singapore 018974 | Tel: +65 6688 8826 | Opening Hours: 10am – 7pm (Daily) | Tickets | Website

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