40 Lamp Poles borrowed from Alfred State College. The poles were originally flame cut at different lengths. Matt Rink and I chopped them down to a consistent 14.5 feet, and then welded the cut-offs between each pole to space the sculpture. The sculpture cost two meetings, 3 chop saw blades, gas for welding and some boiled linseed oil to make them shine. It was created in under 20 hours, and disassembled in one hour. Efficiency is paramount.
Thursday, March 8, 2007
Sunday, March 4, 2007
Thursday, March 1, 2007
Jamie Carestio and I threw this endeavor together based on a box with a telescope, and an idea to do a gigantic stencil on a mountain/hill. The piece was viewed from through a telescope in Harder Hall to a hill a mile away where we rolled out giant graphics that depicted up equals down. Yes.
Tuesday, February 20, 2007
This beast of a show used a something like 5 projectors, 3 mics, 2 sound systems, over 150 feet of fabric, 90 feet of fabricated metal, a jeep and winch, a spool of cable, countless bits of hardware, miles of paper spools, and 3 sleepless nights, oh and hot glue and paperclips.