Oil on Canvas
32.5" x 32.5"
My studio is equipped with all of the modern conveniences of the 1970’s. Therefore, for the last decade, I have been unable to receive adequate radio and television signals. It dawned on me that the antenna has become as useless as Polaroid film. I began to enumerate all of the devices that I possess which require the transmission of satellite signals and radio waves. It occurred to me that each of us walks through and breathes in a veritable soup of these waves on a daily basis. Interference is a visual interpretation of wave concentration in an extremely small area. I wonder if my reception would be better if the transmitter had a purpose.