MRISAR's Traveling Exhibition; "Interactive Art"
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A Futuristic, Interactive, Scientific, Hands-On, Amazing Traveling Exhibition!
Explore the multiple dimensions of sight, sound and touch
within the world of this interactive art exhibition!
Explore the fantastic reality of interactive technologies that are incorporated into traditional, digital and technical art. This is an exhibition that is as visually stunning as it is educationally relevant. The exhibits are real original art and also technological devices that are fully usable by the public and interactive to an extent never done before in a traveling art exhibition. This show contains artistic works for all ages and is "G" Rated!
Some works of art react to their environments, others respond to the viewer/user with sounds and light effects that add an other-worldly feel, still other pieces add an extra dimension to their pictorial reality through the use of stimulated lighting, sounds, movement and even recitals from the artists of the story or poetry that accompanies the art! Each pictorial art piece is in a dormant state until activated by the viewer.
Be instructed in the creation techniques of this exhibition by a real robot “Artist Chibi-chan” as she glides along a rail, while gesturing to informational graphic panels and explaining their content. Watch informative videos showing how to create various art categories on a kiosk.
All the original interactive art in this exhibition was created by Aurora Anne Siegel, Autumn Marie Siegel and Victoria Lee Croasdell, all three of them are multi-disciplined artists, photographers, writers and engineers. Also included is a piece by John Adrian Siegel, an artist, scientist and engineer. They are all members of MRISAR's R&D Team. Additionally included are some works of John Alfred Siegel, an awarded, published and exhibited, multi-disciplined artist, Zoo Keeper and Display Artist for the Detroit Zoo. He passed in 1988. He is the father of John Adrian Siegel and the Grandfather of Autumn Marie and Aurora Anne Siegel. The slide show above only contains a small portion of our exhibits.
Adaptable to all ages and skills, the exhibition is an experience that is both colorful and at times mystifying. This exhibition is designed to inspire and encourage a new generation of artists and innovators and to provide useful scientific examples of electronics and engineering technologies. Featuring elements based on our Award Winning & World Renowned work. Each exhibit is designed to conform to STEM and higher education levels and to captivate with wondrous environments and themes.
Each pictorial art piece is attached to the partitions for easy setup. Interactive sculptures come with their own barriers when needed. “Artist Chibi-chan” comes in her own case and is only needs to be plugged in.
We have hundreds of original Art pieces. This allows for expandable Traveling Exhibitions. Depending on the floor space available, you can choose a minimum show of 1,000 sq. ft. to a maximum show of 5,000 sq. ft.
This is a complete rental of a show consisting of art on partitions, Robotic Artist Chibi-chan, one informational Kiosk that shows how the exhibits were created, one over-head banner and 6 graphic panels that relate to the art and technologies combined to create the show, which also conform to STEM Education! Any show consisting of 3,000 sq. ft. or larger will include two informational kiosks showing how the exhibition was created. Contact us for availability!
Like all our exhibits our rentals are exceedingly durable and easy to maintain. A testimony to this is the fact that the Exhibit Component Kits we design and fabricate have been purchased by NASA, World-class museums like Carnegie Science Center's Roboworld, etc and for use in many traveling exhibitions like "Popnology", "Robots; the Interactive Exhibition" and "Alien Worlds and Androids"! Everything we create has outstanding durability and can hold up to both public use and the rigors of road travel.