Richard Simmons

Richard Simmons As founder of The MAD Museum, Richard has donated pieces of kinetic art to display which he has collected over the years. Not only that but he also has created his own contribution out in the garden, the Water Feature and intends to build more exhibits...

Robert Moore

Robert Moore What I enjoy most about kinetic/rolling ball sculptures is their ability to captivate an audience of all ages on many levels. This for me, makes them hugely rewarding to make. You could describe them as a marriage of artistic ideas with engineering,...

Didier Legros

Didier Legros Didier Legros is a renowned French kinetic artist. Based in Boulogne-sur-Mer, Didier creates unique pieces or original editions, comprising of 3, 5 or 8 pieces, all numbered and signed. “I will be quite happy if my creations contribute in a small way to...

Jelle Bakker

Jelle Bakker I am Jelle Bakker and I live in Amersfoort (the Netherlands). I was born in Wervershoof (near Hoorn, the Netherlands) in 1983 and my biggest hobby is constructing marble machines. Since 2001 I began constructing more complex room sized marble machines...

Ernst Heye

Ernst Heye I’m a German artist working and living in Dorsten, Germany and have been working in copper wire for almost 30 years. Initially I built static objects but for some years now I’ve been fascinated by kinematics and now mainly build Kugelbahnen (Rolling Ball...
The MAD Museum will be closing at 4pm on Thursday 21st September 2017.