Rena Bransten Gallery, New Conceptual Sculpture, San Francisco, CA US March 15-June 10, 1999:
Playable hand-cast polyurethane
plastic records of popular albums from the 1970s, 80s and
90s. The records are engineered to yield random, repetition-based
distortions. As source material well-known, overplayed albums were used.
Each record side features a different artist and is loosely paired according
to genre: Led Zepplin/The Doors, Madonna/Michael Jackson, Boston/Genesis
ect. Each record side contains only half the original sonic material
(molded twice and cast together) to form one continuous playable surface.
Nine unique double-sided records produced with artist designed and fabricated white
modular display unit, ready-bought turntable and headphones. Edition of