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Baltimore Kinetic Sculpture Race
2007 Race Report — Jazz Hand



Here's a Sculpture!
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Jazz Hand

The Jazz Hand is a 12-times model of a human hand, dedicated to Bob Fosse and the Jazz Hand in us all. It won the Art award, partly for the squad of dancers appearing at the water entry who performed to Kirsty MacColl’s In These Shoes. (See the YouTube video.) The fingers were independently controllable with cables so the gesture changed throughout the race.The Jazz Hand is sponsored by Keytech. Leader Gavin Heck (instigator of last year’s Two Goats On a Bridge entry) worked with pilots Chad Schneider and Brian Tetrault and pit crew member Jenny Regan. They took no chances on the water and led the hand around by a rope.



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  1. The Champion: Patapsico Queen
  2. PLATYPUS returns, with suitor
  3. Fifi
  4. Jazz Hand
  5. Attack of the Sculpturians
  6. Three about Whales from It Cain’t
  7. Acme Kinetic Sculpture
  8. Travel with Class
  9. Recycled Ocean
  1. Three from the Jemicy School
  2. Tropical Paradise Goes Under
  3. Kinetic Airways Grounded by Pothole
  4. Air Farce One
  5. Carver Center's Seacat
  6. New Age Viking Hill Master
  7. UMBC's You’ve Got What It Takes
  8. Cats For Sale $5
  9. IND Penguins
  1. Towson's Flash Mob
  2. Team Trogdor
  3. Old School Capsizes in Style
  4. Goes to Eleven
  5. AVAM's Classics
  6. Moon Buggy: Back for More
  7. Festivity Among the Crowd
  8. The KineticBaltimore.com Team
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