La Victrola

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2017

La Victrola was fabricated in American Steel Studios in Oakland CA.

History

2016

In 2016 only the gramophone horn came to the desert.

2017

In 2017 the full vision of the project was realized when the horn was placed on-top of a climbable structure representing the music box portion of the gramophone.

Specs

  • Height: 35'[1] (2017 version)
  • Footprint: 19' x 25'


Crew

Management Team: Tim Bremner (Lead Artist), Marcel Cacdac, Nick Fynn, Peter Platzgummer, Shing Kong.[2]

Engineering: Sean Cusack & Lara Edge – Sheet Metal Alchemists (horn & flat base 2016), David Wright, Nathan Kandus – Envelope Engineers & Peter Platzgummer (upgraded base 2017), Eric Kneer & Mary Kretschmar – Holmes Structures (structural engineering),

Crew:Analy Nakat, Anastasia Lattanand, Andrea Davis, Andrea Henley Heyn, Angela La Flamme, Armineh Astanbous, Ben Hanfling, Bill Witter, Brian O’Neill, Bryan Culbertson, Caner Onal, Cathryn Blum, Cheryl Fralick, Chris Adamson, Chris Dowling, Claudia Vilardy, Daniel Daniel, Dustin Selman, Ellisa Feinstein, Emily Lyerla, Emma Nation, Eric Charles, Eric Wink, Ezra Livingston, Francesca Gabourel, Francisco Mena, Indigo McAdam, Jaemi Bremner, Jill Skinner, Joe Cross, John Warmerdam, Jonathan Devoto, Julian Huertas, June Ko, Karen Allman, Kat Hardegen, Katarina Cook, Lesa Neal, Lisa Perry, Lucie Duffort, Marcy Protteau, Marie-Hélène Poiré, Mark Evans, Marty Kesti, Mateo Ptmd, Matthew Brooks, Maxime Pouvreau, Mike Chiappetta, Mike Zelinski, Niki Butera, Norna Ross, Paul Franke, Richard Jue, Robin Tafel, Ron Vidal, Ryan Neal, Sarah Brewer, Scott Theakston, Sherry Congrave-Wilson, Sonya Schoenberger, Sterling Stubblefield, Tom Lattanand, Tom Corbolini, Trish Keefer, Vaibhav Bhandari, Wes Renzas, Wes Skinner