Wheels within wheels… the gigantic contraption throttles into action, rattling and banging with squeaks and groans. It’s a museum like none other. The Espace Jean Tinguely in Fribourg, Switzerland, is set up in a former tram depot, with high ceilings and rustic feel, and pays homage to an artist couple- Jean Tinguely and his wife Niki de Saint Phalle. Jean, an artistic prodigy who was born in Fribourg and studied in Basel, was famous for whimsical kinetic sculptures, which he built out of scrapyard junk and metal scrap. He created gigantic art installations with tubes, iron wheels, iron bars, metal pipes, and electric motors called metamatics.