Pinterest helps in developing paths to new places. Recently while exploring there, I found two interesting videos created by other kinetic artists to share their work. Here are two very different approaches from artists I have mentioned on this blog in the past.
The first is a video by Elizabeth Runge created about a year ago. It is a "dreamscape" about the life and work of Anthony Howe. He must have an incredible front lawn!
The second is an in-depth explanation of the mechanism behind "Tantalus Mackerel" by sculptor Chris Fitch.
These videos are inspiring viewing for both those who like to build kinetic sculpture and those who like to collect it. Enjoy.