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long may you run, 2014
23 seconds
Documentation of intermittently running sculpture as a part of the Artist in Residenc exhibition at LUCAD in 2014

In "long may you run", a chain of records are connected by rubber hose in order to produce several layers of sound. They are looping sounds of nature, typing, sounds of people reciting letters, Morse code, and music. You hear all these sounds along with the sounds of the motor and pulleys in motion. They emerge from scraps and humble materials and exist as a group of resonances that are organized into a haphazard and fragile amorphous object. There is not a pure form that emanates from it. Instead, a multiplicity of sounds is provided from a bricolage of scraps, leftovers, and obsolesced objects.