holes no.13 through 18

for those who missed the previous two posts: you can call 801.349.3498 to listen to a super-nifty cell phone audio tour. once you’ve called in, simply dial each hole number followed by the # sign (so, for hole 3, you’d dial 3#) to hear each artist talk about their golf hole for about 1.5 minutes.

below are holes 13-18 of contemporary masters, artist-designed miniature golf. all photos were taken during the public opening reception, june 18, 2010 at the salt lake art center. my previous posts covered holes 1-6 and 7-12.

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hole no.13: peter everett
donkey kong
3/4″ plywood and mdf, 2x4s, 2″ pvc pipe, computers and 19″ monitors, speakers and speaker cable, amps, arduino duemilanove card and motion sensors, i-pac computer boards and software, video and software designed specifically for the course, joysticks, buttons and donkey kong graphics/control panels, coin doors, astroturf, latex/acrylic/oil paint, various connectors and electronics

hole no.14: erin & nick potter
untitled
wood, paint, bark, carpet, light fixture, funoodles, pvc,insulation foam

hole no.15: stephanie leitch
untitled
plywood, fir, cork, video

hole no.16: jennifer joseph
the golfstar (constellation virgo)
wood, golf tees, mixed media

hole no.17: spencer douglas
after the summit
carpet, wood paneling, wood furniture, television, lamp, wall hangings

hole no.18: craig cleveland
siphon & reservoir
steel and metal fabrication, wood, vinyl, pvc, bungee, cellophane

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2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by sara on 06.28.2010 at 15:01

    Unbelievable. These are all so incredible. Thanks for the great pictures…I’m so glad to be able to see the entire installation!

    Reply

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