A kinetic installation made at the Islip Art Museum of Long Island as part of their
Projects 2000 exhibition.
Lust was made of hundreds of lightbulbs attached to a sewn fabric and metal structure that wound around the walls and ceiling of an old bathroom in the museum. The light emitted from the bulbs was red and the whole installation was rigged to a vibrating motor that went off when a person entered the room. The motor made all of the lightbulbs on the sculpture vibrate against each other, creating a high pitched noise that sounded almost like cicadas humming.