Watch artist Jon Sasaki build a plane, and crash it

Jon Sasaki recently moved to Scotland, where he built an airplane and made it fly. Sasaki, the winner of the 2015 Canadian Glenfiddich Artists in Residence Prize — the reason he was in Scotland — had no illusions about the difficulty of building a plane.

Winner of 2015 Canadian Glenfiddich Artists in Residence Prize likes to set himself difficult tasks

Canadian artist Jon Sasaki, attempting to fly the plane he built during an artist's residency in Scotland. (Alex Bowron)

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