This great construction of driller’s mud and sound-activated electronics to make it bubble and splash is the most totally bizarre and ‘concept-less’ piece in [Rauschenberg’s] oeuvre. [It] had to be watered and mixed daily. It must be taken care of and interacted with to function. The piece uses “ocean sounds, animal sounds, some generated […]
Perhaps the most influential event joining art and technology in the 1960s, 9 evenings was held in October 1966 in New York.