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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