talk about his work in a new Midwestern, juried exhibition called Body and Machine 2016: Kinetic and Interactive Art, opening Saturday, April 2 in Minneapolis. The Northrup King Building in Northeast Minneapolis hosts the exhibition and 3 performances in the 3rd floor Gallery, including the opening reception happening Saturday April 2, 7-11pm.
This is a delightful, family friendly and interactive show with robotic bats, interactive light sculptures, and yes, there are mobiles. Kaiser has works in the show and will perform with Troy Rogers - also known as Robot Rickshaw on April 16 at the gallery. The Body and Machine 2016: Kinetic and Interactive Art exhibit is open April 2- April 24, 2016.