Upcoming installation 2015   South Bend Museum of Art, South Bend, Indiana  Based on my installation of Tesseracts at the Biennial 27,  the Curatorial Committee of the  South Bend Museum of Art  has commissioned a new, site-specific CD installation.  Similar to Dual Wielding, this suspended sculpture will have two horns; however, instead of irrigation tubing and ratchet tie downs, this CD installation will have an aluminum skeleton and will be supported by stainless steel cables.  

Upcoming installation 2015

South Bend Museum of Art, South Bend, Indiana

Based on my installation of Tesseracts at the Biennial 27,  the Curatorial Committee of the South Bend Museum of Art has commissioned a new, site-specific CD installation.  Similar to Dual Wielding, this suspended sculpture will have two horns; however, instead of irrigation tubing and ratchet tie downs, this CD installation will have an aluminum skeleton and will be supported by stainless steel cables.  

  Upcoming installation 2015   South Bend Museum of Art, South Bend, Indiana  Based on my installation of Tesseracts at the Biennial 27,  the Curatorial Committee of the  South Bend Museum of Art  has commissioned a new, site-specific CD installation.  Similar to Dual Wielding, this suspended sculpture will have two horns; however, instead of irrigation tubing and ratchet tie downs, this CD installation will have an aluminum skeleton and will be supported by stainless steel cables.  

Upcoming installation 2015

South Bend Museum of Art, South Bend, Indiana

Based on my installation of Tesseracts at the Biennial 27,  the Curatorial Committee of the South Bend Museum of Art has commissioned a new, site-specific CD installation.  Similar to Dual Wielding, this suspended sculpture will have two horns; however, instead of irrigation tubing and ratchet tie downs, this CD installation will have an aluminum skeleton and will be supported by stainless steel cables.  

   Dual Wielding , 2014   Installed in the  Myers Gallery, Living Arts, Tulsa, Oklahoma .  Donated CD and DVD discs, Monofilament, Cable ties, Ratchet tie down straps, Bungee cords, Irrigation tubing, Eye bolts and eye screws, Sheet metal and wood screws, Fender washers, Threaded metal rods and bolts, plywood, Black paint, Theremin, and Speakers with amplifiers  Dimensions: length from Theremin to farthest edge of horn openings 35 feet, widest width between the arms 22 feet, and width between the horn openings 6 feet and 7 inches      Dual Wielding  was on exhibit in Tulsa, Oklahoma at  Living Arts  in the Myers Gallery March 7 - April 24, 2014 and was part of New Genre XXI. New Genre is an Arts Festival of Contemporary Art "that presents nothing but contemporary art forms, which are fresh and new i.e., performance art, new movement pieces, new music concerts, video art forms, installation artworks and the kind of work, which does not have any categories!"  On First Friday, March 7th, 2014, the opening of this installation was accompanied by a performance on the Theremin by local musician Mark Kuykendall.   StudioTulsa, interview with Rich Fisher, Public Radio Tulsa, Friday, March 7, 2014  Artist Leticia Bajuyo Presents Dual Wielding at the Living Arts Gallery in Downtown Tulsa "On this edition of StudioTulsa, we welcome Leticia Bajuyo, an Indiana-based artist whose vast, mixed-media, and digital-disc-driven installation/sculpture called Dual Wielding..."

Dual Wielding, 2014

Installed in the Myers Gallery, Living Arts, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Donated CD and DVD discs, Monofilament, Cable ties, Ratchet tie down straps, Bungee cords, Irrigation tubing, Eye bolts and eye screws, Sheet metal and wood screws, Fender washers, Threaded metal rods and bolts, plywood, Black paint, Theremin, and Speakers with amplifiers

Dimensions: length from Theremin to farthest edge of horn openings 35 feet, widest width between the arms 22 feet, and width between the horn openings 6 feet and 7 inches

 

Dual Wielding was on exhibit in Tulsa, Oklahoma at Living Arts in the Myers Gallery March 7 - April 24, 2014 and was part of New Genre XXI. New Genre is an Arts Festival of Contemporary Art "that presents nothing but contemporary art forms, which are fresh and new i.e., performance art, new movement pieces, new music concerts, video art forms, installation artworks and the kind of work, which does not have any categories!"

On First Friday, March 7th, 2014, the opening of this installation was accompanied by a performance on the Theremin by local musician Mark Kuykendall.

StudioTulsa, interview with Rich Fisher, Public Radio Tulsa, Friday, March 7, 2014
Artist Leticia Bajuyo Presents Dual Wielding at the Living Arts Gallery in Downtown Tulsa
"On this edition of StudioTulsa, we welcome Leticia Bajuyo, an Indiana-based artist whose vast, mixed-media, and digital-disc-driven installation/sculpture called Dual Wielding..."

   Dual Wielding , 2014   Installed in the  Myers Gallery, Living Arts, Tulsa, Oklahoma .  Donated CD and DVD discs, Monofilament, Cable ties, Ratchet tie down straps, Bungee cords, Irrigation tubing, Eye bolts and eye screws, Sheet metal and wood screws, Fender washers, Threaded metal rods and bolts, plywood, Black paint, Theremin, and Speakers with amplifiers  Dimensions: length from Theremin to farthest edge of horn openings 35 feet, widest width between the arms 22 feet, and width between the horn openings 6 feet and 7 inches  Photo by James Gibbard

Dual Wielding, 2014

Installed in the Myers Gallery, Living Arts, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Donated CD and DVD discs, Monofilament, Cable ties, Ratchet tie down straps, Bungee cords, Irrigation tubing, Eye bolts and eye screws, Sheet metal and wood screws, Fender washers, Threaded metal rods and bolts, plywood, Black paint, Theremin, and Speakers with amplifiers

Dimensions: length from Theremin to farthest edge of horn openings 35 feet, widest width between the arms 22 feet, and width between the horn openings 6 feet and 7 inches

Photo by James Gibbard

   Dual Wielding , 2014   Installed in the  Myers Gallery, Living Arts, Tulsa, Oklahoma .  Donated CD and DVD discs, Monofilament, Cable ties, Ratchet tie down straps, Bungee cords, Irrigation tubing, Eye bolts and eye screws, Sheet metal and wood screws, Fender washers, Threaded metal rods and bolts, plywood, Black paint, Theremin, and Speakers with amplifiers  Dimensions: length from Theremin to farthest edge of horn openings 35 feet, widest width between the arms 22 feet, and width between the horn openings 6 feet and 7 inches  Photo by James Gibbard   

Dual Wielding, 2014

Installed in the Myers Gallery, Living Arts, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Donated CD and DVD discs, Monofilament, Cable ties, Ratchet tie down straps, Bungee cords, Irrigation tubing, Eye bolts and eye screws, Sheet metal and wood screws, Fender washers, Threaded metal rods and bolts, plywood, Black paint, Theremin, and Speakers with amplifiers

Dimensions: length from Theremin to farthest edge of horn openings 35 feet, widest width between the arms 22 feet, and width between the horn openings 6 feet and 7 inches

Photo by James Gibbard

 

   Dual Wielding , 2014   Installed in the  Myers Gallery, Living Arts, Tulsa, Oklahoma .  Donated CD and DVD discs, Monofilament, Cable ties, Ratchet tie down straps, Bungee cords, Irrigation tubing, Eye bolts and eye screws, Sheet metal and wood screws, Fender washers, Threaded metal rods and bolts, plywood, Black paint, Theremin, and Speakers with amplifiers  Dimensions: length from Theremin to farthest edge of horn openings 35 feet, widest width between the arms 22 feet, and width between the horn openings 6 feet and 7 inches  Photo by James Gibbard

Dual Wielding, 2014

Installed in the Myers Gallery, Living Arts, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Donated CD and DVD discs, Monofilament, Cable ties, Ratchet tie down straps, Bungee cords, Irrigation tubing, Eye bolts and eye screws, Sheet metal and wood screws, Fender washers, Threaded metal rods and bolts, plywood, Black paint, Theremin, and Speakers with amplifiers

Dimensions: length from Theremin to farthest edge of horn openings 35 feet, widest width between the arms 22 feet, and width between the horn openings 6 feet and 7 inches

Photo by James Gibbard

   Dual Wielding , 2012   Donated CD and DVD discs, Steel, Monofilament, Cable ties, Ratchet tie down straps, Bungee cords, Irrigation tubing, Eye bolts and eye screws, Sheet metal and wood screws, Fender washers, Threaded metal rods and bolts, 2x4s and plywood, Black paint, Theremin, and Speakers with amplifiers.  Installed in the Anne Wright Wilson Gallery ,  Georgetown College, Georgetown, Kentucky      Dual Wielding   was part of a two-person exhibition Anne Wright Wilson Gallery on the Georgetown College campus in Georgetown, Kentucky.  In this installation, the two horns extend from one Theremin; thus, the Theremin and anyone playing the Theremin is "dual wielding." 

Dual Wielding, 2012

Donated CD and DVD discs, Steel, Monofilament, Cable ties, Ratchet tie down straps, Bungee cords, Irrigation tubing, Eye bolts and eye screws, Sheet metal and wood screws, Fender washers, Threaded metal rods and bolts, 2x4s and plywood, Black paint, Theremin, and Speakers with amplifiers.

Installed in the Anne Wright Wilson GalleryGeorgetown College, Georgetown, Kentucky

 

Dual Wielding was part of a two-person exhibition Anne Wright Wilson Gallery on the Georgetown College campus in Georgetown, Kentucky.  In this installation, the two horns extend from one Theremin; thus, the Theremin and anyone playing the Theremin is "dual wielding." 

   Dual Wielding , 2012   Donated CD and DVD discs, Steel, Monofilament, Cable ties, Ratchet tie down straps, Bungee cords, Irrigation tubing, Eye bolts and eye screws, Sheet metal and wood screws, Fender washers, Threaded metal rods and bolts, 2x4s and plywood, Black paint, Theremin, and Speakers with amplifiers.  Installed in the Anne Wright Wilson Gallery ,  Georgetown College, Georgetown, Kentucky      Dual Wielding   was part of a two-person exhibition Anne Wright Wilson Gallery on the Georgetown College campus in Georgetown, Kentucky.  In this installation, the two horns extend from one Theremin; thus, the Theremin and anyone playing the Theremin is "dual wielding." 

Dual Wielding, 2012

Donated CD and DVD discs, Steel, Monofilament, Cable ties, Ratchet tie down straps, Bungee cords, Irrigation tubing, Eye bolts and eye screws, Sheet metal and wood screws, Fender washers, Threaded metal rods and bolts, 2x4s and plywood, Black paint, Theremin, and Speakers with amplifiers.

Installed in the Anne Wright Wilson GalleryGeorgetown College, Georgetown, Kentucky

 

Dual Wielding was part of a two-person exhibition Anne Wright Wilson Gallery on the Georgetown College campus in Georgetown, Kentucky.  In this installation, the two horns extend from one Theremin; thus, the Theremin and anyone playing the Theremin is "dual wielding." 

   Dual Wielding , 2012   Donated CD and DVD discs, Steel, Monofilament, Cable ties, Ratchet tie down straps, Bungee cords, Irrigation tubing, Eye bolts and eye screws, Sheet metal and wood screws, Fender washers, Threaded metal rods and bolts, 2x4s and plywood, Black paint, Theremin, and Speakers with amplifiers.  Installed in the Anne Wright Wilson Gallery ,  Georgetown College, Georgetown, Kentucky      Dual Wielding   was part of a two-person exhibition Anne Wright Wilson Gallery on the Georgetown College campus in Georgetown, Kentucky.  In this installation, the two horns extend from one Theremin; thus, the Theremin and anyone playing the Theremin is "dual wielding." 

Dual Wielding, 2012

Donated CD and DVD discs, Steel, Monofilament, Cable ties, Ratchet tie down straps, Bungee cords, Irrigation tubing, Eye bolts and eye screws, Sheet metal and wood screws, Fender washers, Threaded metal rods and bolts, 2x4s and plywood, Black paint, Theremin, and Speakers with amplifiers.

Installed in the Anne Wright Wilson GalleryGeorgetown College, Georgetown, Kentucky

 

Dual Wielding was part of a two-person exhibition Anne Wright Wilson Gallery on the Georgetown College campus in Georgetown, Kentucky.  In this installation, the two horns extend from one Theremin; thus, the Theremin and anyone playing the Theremin is "dual wielding." 

   Dual Wielding , 2012   Donated CD and DVD discs, Steel, Monofilament, Cable ties, Ratchet tie down straps, Bungee cords, Irrigation tubing, Eye bolts and eye screws, Sheet metal and wood screws, Fender washers, Threaded metal rods and bolts, 2x4s and plywood, Black paint, Theremin, and Speakers with amplifiers.  Installed in the Anne Wright Wilson Gallery ,  Georgetown College, Georgetown, Kentucky      Dual Wielding   was part of a two-person exhibition Anne Wright Wilson Gallery on the Georgetown College campus in Georgetown, Kentucky.  In this installation, the two horns extend from one Theremin; thus, the Theremin and anyone playing the Theremin is "dual wielding."    

Dual Wielding, 2012

Donated CD and DVD discs, Steel, Monofilament, Cable ties, Ratchet tie down straps, Bungee cords, Irrigation tubing, Eye bolts and eye screws, Sheet metal and wood screws, Fender washers, Threaded metal rods and bolts, 2x4s and plywood, Black paint, Theremin, and Speakers with amplifiers.

Installed in the Anne Wright Wilson GalleryGeorgetown College, Georgetown, Kentucky

 

Dual Wielding was part of a two-person exhibition Anne Wright Wilson Gallery on the Georgetown College campus in Georgetown, Kentucky.  In this installation, the two horns extend from one Theremin; thus, the Theremin and anyone playing the Theremin is "dual wielding." 
 

   Dual Wielding , 2012   Donated CD and DVD discs, Steel, Monofilament, Cable ties, Ratchet tie down straps, Bungee cords, Irrigation tubing, Eye bolts and eye screws, Sheet metal and wood screws, Fender washers, Threaded metal rods and bolts, 2x4s and plywood, Black paint, Theremin, and Speakers with amplifiers.  Installed in the Anne Wright Wilson Gallery ,  Georgetown College, Georgetown, Kentucky      Dual Wielding   was part of a two-person exhibition Anne Wright Wilson Gallery on the Georgetown College campus in Georgetown, Kentucky.  In this installation, the two horns extend from one Theremin; thus, the Theremin and anyone playing the Theremin is "dual wielding." 

Dual Wielding, 2012

Donated CD and DVD discs, Steel, Monofilament, Cable ties, Ratchet tie down straps, Bungee cords, Irrigation tubing, Eye bolts and eye screws, Sheet metal and wood screws, Fender washers, Threaded metal rods and bolts, 2x4s and plywood, Black paint, Theremin, and Speakers with amplifiers.

Installed in the Anne Wright Wilson GalleryGeorgetown College, Georgetown, Kentucky

 

Dual Wielding was part of a two-person exhibition Anne Wright Wilson Gallery on the Georgetown College campus in Georgetown, Kentucky.  In this installation, the two horns extend from one Theremin; thus, the Theremin and anyone playing the Theremin is "dual wielding." 

      Rewind,  2009   Installed in the Cressman Center, Louisville, Kentucky  Donated CD and DVD discs, Steel, Monofilament, Cable ties, Ratchet tie down straps, Bungee cords, Irrigation tubing, Eye bolts and eye screws, Sheet metal and wood screws, Fender washers, Threaded metal rods and bolts, 2x4s and plywood, Black paint, iPod, and Speakers.      Rewind  was part of a two-person exhibition titled New Values.  This exhibition was curated by Joey Yates and was exhibited at the Cressman Center in Louisville, Kentucky.    Rewind  included an audio component that held up to seven mp3 players allowing viewers to temporarily donate sound to the installation.   New Values: everyday objects into art objects , Cressman Center, Curator’s Statement   Louisville curatorial statement 2009.pdf  by Joey Yates, October, 2009

 

Rewind, 2009

Installed in the Cressman Center, Louisville, Kentucky

Donated CD and DVD discs, Steel, Monofilament, Cable ties, Ratchet tie down straps, Bungee cords, Irrigation tubing, Eye bolts and eye screws, Sheet metal and wood screws, Fender washers, Threaded metal rods and bolts, 2x4s and plywood, Black paint, iPod, and Speakers.

 

Rewind was part of a two-person exhibition titled New Values.  This exhibition was curated by Joey Yates and was exhibited at the Cressman Center in Louisville, Kentucky.   Rewind included an audio component that held up to seven mp3 players allowing viewers to temporarily donate sound to the installation.

New Values: everyday objects into art objects, Cressman Center, Curator’s Statement 
Louisville curatorial statement 2009.pdf
by Joey Yates, October, 2009

   Rewind,  2009   Installed in the Cressman Center, Louisville, Kentucky  Donated CD and DVD discs, Steel, Monofilament, Cable ties, Ratchet tie down straps, Bungee cords, Irrigation tubing, Eye bolts and eye screws, Sheet metal and wood screws, Fender washers, Threaded metal rods and bolts, 2x4s and plywood, Black paint, iPod, and Speakers.      Rewind  was part of a two-person exhibition titled New Values.  This exhibition was curated by Joey Yates and was exhibited at the Cressman Center in Louisville, Kentucky.    Rewind  included an audio component that held up to seven mp3 players allowing viewers to temporarily donate sound to the installation.   New Values: everyday objects into art objects , Cressman Center, Curator’s Statement   Louisville curatorial statement 2009.pdf  by Joey Yates, October, 2009

Rewind, 2009

Installed in the Cressman Center, Louisville, Kentucky

Donated CD and DVD discs, Steel, Monofilament, Cable ties, Ratchet tie down straps, Bungee cords, Irrigation tubing, Eye bolts and eye screws, Sheet metal and wood screws, Fender washers, Threaded metal rods and bolts, 2x4s and plywood, Black paint, iPod, and Speakers.

 

Rewind was part of a two-person exhibition titled New Values.  This exhibition was curated by Joey Yates and was exhibited at the Cressman Center in Louisville, Kentucky.   Rewind included an audio component that held up to seven mp3 players allowing viewers to temporarily donate sound to the installation.

New Values: everyday objects into art objects, Cressman Center, Curator’s Statement 
Louisville curatorial statement 2009.pdf
by Joey Yates, October, 2009

      Rewind,  2009   Installed in the Cressman Center, Louisville, Kentucky  Donated CD and DVD discs, Steel, Monofilament, Cable ties, Ratchet tie down straps, Bungee cords, Irrigation tubing, Eye bolts and eye screws, Sheet metal and wood screws, Fender washers, Threaded metal rods and bolts, 2x4s and plywood, Black paint, iPod, and Speakers.      Rewind  was part of a two-person exhibition titled New Values.  This exhibition was curated by Joey Yates and was exhibited at the Cressman Center in Louisville, Kentucky.    Rewind  included an audio component that held up to seven mp3 players allowing viewers to temporarily donate sound to the installation.   New Values: everyday objects into art objects , Cressman Center, Curator’s Statement   Louisville curatorial statement 2009.pdf  by Joey Yates, October, 2009

 

Rewind, 2009

Installed in the Cressman Center, Louisville, Kentucky

Donated CD and DVD discs, Steel, Monofilament, Cable ties, Ratchet tie down straps, Bungee cords, Irrigation tubing, Eye bolts and eye screws, Sheet metal and wood screws, Fender washers, Threaded metal rods and bolts, 2x4s and plywood, Black paint, iPod, and Speakers.

 

Rewind was part of a two-person exhibition titled New Values.  This exhibition was curated by Joey Yates and was exhibited at the Cressman Center in Louisville, Kentucky.   Rewind included an audio component that held up to seven mp3 players allowing viewers to temporarily donate sound to the installation.

New Values: everyday objects into art objects, Cressman Center, Curator’s Statement 
Louisville curatorial statement 2009.pdf
by Joey Yates, October, 2009