Disco at the Exploratorium
"With Norman Tuck's sculpture Disco, children can see what it's like to walk forward and move backward simultaneously. (It doesn't feel like dancing.)" Delcie Leimbach, The New York Times.
"The result is almost instant confusion and, occasionally, a slight case of motion sickness." Pat Craig, The Contra Costa Times.
Disco has been exhibited at:
1999 Art Machines, Science Museum of Minnesota, St. Paul.
1998 Art Machines, The Discovery Center of Idaho, Boise, ID.
1996 Art Machines, Inventure Place, Akron, OH.
1994 Art Machines, The Exploratorium, San Francisco, CA.
1994 Art Machines, Liberty Science Center, Jersey City, N.J.
1993 Art Machines, Technorama Museum, Winterthur, Switzerland
1993 Experimenta '93, Villa Gualino, Turin, Italy
1991 Mindless Mechanisms, Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art, Winston-Salem, N.C.
1982 Fashion Moda, Bronx, N.Y.
1981 The Coney Island Show, TheConey Island Amusement Park, Brooklyn, NY.
A version of Disco is in the permanent collection of
phaeno, Wolfsburg, Germany.