Evolution is too slow for Theo Jansen, so he is engineering an entirely new kind of animal — giant sculptures that are built from a “genetic code” of algorithms. Blending the boundaries between art and engineering, Theo shows us a few of his mesmerizing works: “animals” that can walk down the beach, count their steps and keep track of the tide.
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