Arthur Ganson

Arthur Ganson has been developing kinetic sculptures for more than 25 years. Fascinated by manual work as well as by computer programming, he has developed works since his college days that combine both interests: accurate manual working and the examination of logical flows of energy within a closed system.

He is particularly fascinated by the question of how motion functions. For Ganson, his sculptures constitute a language all their own. They are not solely mechanical devices; rather, each relates its own story. Characteristic of his way of working is the combination of artificial and natural elements. Thus, in addition to wires and cogwheels, he also uses eggshells, feathers and chicken bones.

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