|Not the Sort of Ideas I had in Mind 1988
At the Bruce Velick Gallery, S.F., CA.
Mixed Media. 136" x 152" x 70"
A word-processor wherein concepts stamped into hardwood chips are; released from the fore-brain and hind-brain reserviors, shifted to any
of 3-tracks and sent careening into a maze where several collections become possible- through the use of strings, pulleys, levers and other devices.
Interesting concepts become manifest as ideas block, trip, jump, hide, and bump each other. Groups of ideas may get stuck together, roll apart, fall off before reaching any significance or pass through all possible permutations yet finally drift off across the floor.
Behind the main processor is the Coat Rack and Lexical List.