Robo Raven is currently being showcased at the 9th Biennale Internationale Design Saint-Etienne 2015, a major international design exhibit held in the City of Saint-Etienne near Lyon in eastern France. The Biennale, which will take place over a month, is expected to attract over 100,000 individuals including a large number of international visitors from over 30 countries. More than 500 journalists have been invited to report on the concepts and viewpoints presented at the Biennale.
Robo Raven will remain in France beyond the Biennale as part of the Hypervital exhibit and will return to Maryland in September. The exhibit?s General Curator and Artistic Director Benjamin Loyaute? invited Robo Raven to participate in the exhibit because of its unique design and engineering.
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