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Jordan Wolfson brings his Howdy Doody-esque animatronic sculpture to the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.
Modern art conservator Lydia Beerkens prevents kinetic artworks from becoming still lives.
See your reflection through the eyes of an insect in Random International's motion-activated mirror.
Artist duo Varvara and Mar put a spotlight on the unseen in a series of modified metronomes.
Moneyless has seen his work rise from vandalism to the vanguard.
Random International explores the bare minimum information we need to "see" a human in 'Study for Fifteen Points.'
Watch a 20-foot steel flower bloom in 'Spherophyte.'
Nonotak Studio's kinetic installation 'Narcisse' uses angles, surfaces, movement, and sounds to change people's visual perception.
Repurposed trash sacks create a rhythmic, undulating sculpture in Nils Völker's 'Sixty Eight.'
Fabled Greek artist Panagiotis "Takis" Vassilakis opens his first-ever U.S. museum survey at Houston's Menil Collection.