World Series Game One: Live Broadcast and Installation Event
For this live event, I created a system for the construction of a wall installation. Each action was determined by the play-by-play events of Game 1 of the 2013 MLB World Series. The placement and action of each element was determined by the batting line-up and the location of where the balls were hit.
I limited material choices to products I could find at The Home Depot. This played on the relationship between mega sports spectacle and the everyday domestic experience of the average fan.
The performance of this wall installation will take place live on Oct 23rd, 2013. Audience attended and experienced the live broadcast. Hot dogs and beer were served. During commercials, a live organist played classic baseball tunes.
I worked with four CEPA installers to frantically perform the piece.