the cat-mouse-cheese-column orchestra
solo exhibition 3/6-3/12, 2019
site-specific installation at Ellis Gallery, Pittsburgh, PA
The Cat-Mouse-Cheese-Column Orchestra is a sound/sculpture installation consisting of five sculptural instruments, generating sounds and movements through the motion of chase-and-escape deriving from the cat-and-mouse scenario from classic cartoon animations. Instead of achieving an end, this work presents such narrative as a perpetual loop, a constant power exchange, and a coexistence of conflicts and codependence.
dimension variable (the room is 14ft x 14ft x 10ft) wood, steel, PLA, wheels, modified kitchen sink, modified found fortune cat, modified found kit-cat clock, modified toy train, modified squared fan, found IKEA stool, found TV, found metronome, found cat toy, found kitchen toy
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