Productivity was created for The Phillips Museum of Art in Westchester, PA as a tribute to teacher and mentor James Nestor. The exhibition was a tribute to a great teacher and an acknowledgment of his impact on the lives and careers of his students. This installation spans two floors in the museum. Viewers on the ground floor crank a furnace blower that causes air to travel through glass tubes and play the party blowers installed on the saxaphone. Collaboration with Amos Sculy.
Installed on the first floor of the gallery balcony
Detail of sax and party blowers
Blower installed in the gallery