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.