Turn, Turn, Turn: The Artistic Synthesis of Vinyl into Art

 

Hombre
David Acevedo
Location: Ticketing Hall, west end, near Door 6

 Hombre is a multimedia sculpture constructed of 60 painted vinyl records joined together with plastic straps. Separately each record is its own work of art. Together, you can see the form of a man within the joined pieces.

 

Let It Quilting Bee
Amy Luettich Kellum
Location: Upper level, East Atrium, near Door 2

Kellum, a local artist, features her knowledge and skill of fabric and textile design in her multimedia quilt sculpture created from vinyl records and album covers.

 

The Guardian of Vinyl
R. Jackson
Location: Upper level, East Atrium, near Door 2

Jackson showcases his gift for using ordinary and recyclable materials to achieve extraordinary results. The 17-foot multimedia robot sculpture made from vinyl records and album covers symbolizes the end of the vinyl record era. The sculpture won "Best in Show" of the Turn, Turn, Turn: The synthesis of Vinyl into Art in April 2010.

 

Universal Language
Angela Weiss
Location: B Concourse

 "Music connects us all, whether we realize it or not." Weiss shares her viewpoint through this multimedia sculpture of a map of the world, made with vinyl records and wire. The sculpture won first place in the college division of Turn, Turn, Turn: The synthesis of Vinyl into Art in April 2010.