Jean Tinguely (1925 – 1991) The machine sculptures engage in a loud and multi-coloured conversation with the onlooker: Through his works, Jean Tinguely communicates and interacts with the spectator. The machine functions and becomes art. Tinguely’s artworks sparkle with wit, vitality, irony and poetry. Seen against a deeper background, though, they also reveal a feeling for tragicomedy, for the enigmatic and inscrutable.

Jean Tinguely

Jean Tinguely, 1963 © Photograph: Dennis Hopper ..."To me art is a form of manifest revolt, total and complete"...

Imaginative Industrial Flying Machines Made From Cardboard by Daniel Agdag

"Cheborgie #2" by sculptor Bruce Gray is a kinetic art musical sculpture inspired by the contraptions of Rube Goldberg and the game Mousetrap. It has a steel ball that starts at the top, and by gravity follows a rollercoaster track, does a loop, switches directions, goes through three chimes, around a spiral, and through a spring tunnel

Jean Tinguely, Sculpture méta-mécanique automobile, Sculpture méta-mécanique, 1954_Collection Centre Pompidou

ruth asawa, sculpture. San Francisco Artist I admire

22/01 by SophieLH ~ A M A Z I N G, Sculpture outside Modern Art Museum, Guatemala City

Brancusi rainbows

Lee Bull

sculpture by ruth asawa | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Artwork of a mechanized mind


sculptures by robert and shana parke harrison

sculptor clyde connell - Google Search

Giant egg sculpture at the American Visionary Art Museum


David Nash Exhibition, Yorkshire Sculpture Park

paul volker sculpting stones