The Dresser: The Contraption That Makes Getting Dressed an Adventure

Joseph Herscher — kinetic artist extraordinaire and creator of the great “Page Turner” Rube Goldberg machine — returns with a new contraption: “The Dresser”.

Originally, “The Dresser” was a live performance piece that Herscher performed in Charlotte, NC. He spent a year building the contraption, then 2 months testing it, before staging it for audiences. (Watch a short documentary on the live performance here.) Now, thankfully, he brings the quirky device to the web, for the rest of us to see. Somewhere Rube Goldberg is smiling.

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