A Forest For TV
From Concept to completion in under 1 week, a 360 degree tree stump made of TVs was created. Built with Safety first in mind, this behemoth used every bit of our engineering power to create a seamless and fantastical look.
An installation intended to move the needle in the direction of trying to do something. This project was inspired by a series of articles in The Atlantic about nature in the United States, Who Owns America’s Wilderness? — exploring its past, present, and potential futures.
Media Pollution collaborated with the magazine and a team of artists, musicians, tribal leaders, and environmentalists to take elements of those articles and their broader message, putting them into three-dimensional space.
Media: A 360 degree installation of Vintage Televisions, lighting custom wood framing
Dimensions: 8-10' in Diameter 10' tall
Details: Sept 2022 for a collaboration with A Forest for the Trees