Kinetic sculpture, electronic and electric parts, white formica and plywood, 1970. The sculpture consists of three parts: 1. A field of light bulbs, that hangs against the wall; 2. the ceiling component which contains six tape recorders and six photocells; 3. the floor component which is a mirror. Information is conveyed to the viewer by means of tape recordings and graphs delineated on the field of light bulbs. When the viewer casts an image on the mirror, one of the six pairs of relationships is communicated. By changing position, the viewer may receive other pairs; by covering a large area of the mirror, the viewer may receive several pairs simultaneously.