The River of Connectivity by Tyler H and Melissa
Circuit boards and electrical components comprise a hidden, wonderful world.
Signals flow along copper paths to transistors and up giant coils of wire, back
and forth through green, gray, tan, red, blue, black boards. Currents branch
out along wires to televisions or speakers, or through the air to cell phones
and computers, or in tiny jumps to the RFID in a Charlie Card. The heart of
electronics is imagined connectivity and unseen movement. Most of the time, we
only witness the result, not the process.
The electronics river visualizes this process on
4 foot by 6 foot assemblage. Along the river, spinning fans depict the current.
Wires indicate the details of the river's movement. Embedded gears and hard
drive disks mimic solid objects in the “river”. While we cannot see the flow of
charged particles in circuitry, the objects along the electronic river provide
a representation of this invisible movement.
Bauhaus, 3/13 SOLD
WHITE CLOCK 2/13 NFS
CHAOS CLOCK - SOLD
Ray-o Disc SOLD
Ray-o- Graph SOLD
GEAR CLOCK -SOLD
Copper Pachinko SOLD
Wall Paper and Bark SOLD