Rolling TV Ball

Spherical basket like construction with the screens of six b/w television mounted on the surface – 54″ diameter
Elements included six 12″ b/w television striped of their housings each tuned to a different channel, plywood, electric generator, 50′ extension cord
April 1999

This whimsical piece brought together a geometric form built with randomly applied component pieces, an interest in discarded tube televisions and the increase of embedded screens and digital media in public spaces. The combination resulted in a TV ball. TV ball was rolled down the Old Man River coulee, beside the University of Lethbridge, Alberta, an act that brought the sculpture to its end.