2007 | Installation
Speakers, Conduit, Cement, and Custom Electronics
Premiered on occasion of John Cage’s 95th birthday in a realization assisted by Mike Rugnetta and Guy Snover
First Shown: The Kitchen, New York City - September, 2007
One Wall is a score of chance-determined single tones, each from an independent source (electronic or otherwise) to be presented in one plane of a space.
Taken as a minimalization of John Cage's expansive and idiosyncratic piano work Four Walls, the work was premiered on the occasion of Cage's 95 birthday as a pre-concert installation for a celebration produced by Avant Media at The Kitchen. The first showing of the work consisted of common household items, cast in concrete, supporting custom speakers designed to exist along a single plane in space, and to point at a single point.