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Posted January 20, 1999

Photo: Computer Sculpture

Undergraduate Anna Tseng created this high-tech receptacle for Art 8, "Introduction to Visual Thinking." The assignment from graduate student instructor Yauger Williams was to project "Sesame Street" into the future. Since the show's Oscar lives in a trash can, Tseng chose to create a futurist garbage can and to site it outside Soda Hall, home of electrical engineering and computer science, where it is reportedly collecting both computer parts and conventional garbage. Peg Skorpinski photo.


January 20 - 26, 1999 (Volume 27, Number 19)
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