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Revision as of 16:00, 1 June 2010

Bye Bye Buddy (B.B.B.)

by Adam Sheppard and Jacqueline Gordon

Bye Bye Buddy is a piece designed for a vibrating membrane and a resonant space. By attaching a circular array of tactile transducers to the rear facing side of a fiberglass satellite dish we have successfully given life to a once discarded object. The dish was found at the art studio spaces on the campus of Stanford University and is roughly 3~4 m in diameter. It is presently installed in the old carriage house of the Knoll.


Dish (Top)
Dish (Bottom)
The install
Fiberglass Mounts
Rear side install

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