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I've been living rent-free, and here's my secret method! I built a big machine to put me to sleep every night...
► Welcome to my channel! I am an inventor of useless machines.
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Music is by the Jews Brothers Band, track "Thredbo, Thredbo" and "Tchavolo Swing" (the singer is my mother!) Please support them by buying their track: http://bit.ly/2qIXlNg

Website: http://josephsmachines.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/josephsmachines
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Twitter: https://twitter.com/josephherscher

JOSEPH'S MACHINES solve everyday problems using familiar objects in unfamiliar ways. He creates them in his apartment in Brooklyn, New York.

This was a live show and installation at Ars Electronica festival in Linz, Austria, in 2017.
Created by Joseph Herscher
Filmed on location at POSTCITY, Linz, Austria.
Filmed by Joseph Herscher, Moritz Merten, Miranda Siegel and Herwig Kerschner
Factory Workers: Dáv Juhász, Márton Gyulai, Szilvia Andrási, Simon Fernezelyi, Eline van der Smeede, Emina Voss, Floor Battjes, Luca van Gelderen, Julia Smit, Loïc Wermeille, Thibaud Jungo, Raphael Zumbrun, Timothée Hirt, Albert Bozesan, Robert Sladeczek, Hannah Jäger, Felix Demontis, Johannes Eschner
Special Thanks to the staff of the Ars Electronica festival including: Johanna Berger, Hannes Franks, Hans Christian Merten, Marion Friedl, Kilian Seidl, Sabine Rechberger, Rosi Grillmair, Bernhard Küllinger, Franz Peterseil, Viktoria Laco, Fabian Mühlberger and the rest of the festival staff.
Thanks to Gareth Hughes and Toby James from DUB pies.
Also thanks to Asher Mills, Erik Bergrin, Gus Goldsack and Olivia Lynch.

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