Portrait of Robert Schrieffer

Robert Schrieffer Portrait

John Robert Schrieffer won the Nobel Price in Physics in 1972 for his development of the theory of superconductivity. He shared the prize with John Bardeen and Leon Cooper. This piece is made from “analog” electronics devices such as capacitors, resistors, and diodes, which are being replaced in modern electronics by digital circuitboards. Hence this […]

Girl on a Ledge

Girl on a Ledge

A life-size glow-in-the-dark girl reads a book on the rooftop ledge of a building. Made of fiberglass and lit from inside, The Girl was first installed on the roof of the Madison Children’s Museum and was funded by BLINK!, a program of the Madison Arts Commission. Subsequently she was entered in ArtPrize in Grand Rapids, […]

Deer

Deer

Deer head. Rendered in copper wire and electronics.

Dragonfly

Dragonfly

Large dragonfly Rendered in copper wire and electronic components such as resisters and capacitors.

Fish

Fish

Fish Made of wire and electrical components.

Portrait of John Bardeen

John Bardeen Mosaic

This mosaic is the second in a series entitled “Rendered Obsolete”. The mosaic is made from electronic parts which in modern electronics have been replaced by the transistor and other more modern devices, thus these parts have essentially been rendered obsolete by Bardeen’s own invention. The first in the series is a mosaic of J.R. […]

Monroe

Monroe

Monroe: Post-industrial ephemera

Yahara Reflections

Day Bridge

Yahara Reflections is a public art exhibition highlighting the history of Madison’s Yahara River and Parkway. This figure is one of six pieces installed along the river. The glowing man is on the bridge at Jenifer Street, gazing at the river. The concept is a double entendre of the physical reflection of the image on […]