Sony's Art Artist Audition was a juried art show that ran for two weeks in Yokohama in the summer of '92. The only rule for entries was that each exhibit had to fit inside a 2 meter cube. The individual exhibits were extremely varied, including performance pieces, pinball games, sculptures, and multimedia. The competition was juried part by a panel of artists, and part by the general public. The Streamer appealed especially well to the public, finishing second among fifty exhibits in voting by all visitors over a two week period.


Playing with the Streamer in Yokohama.

 

Another installation in Yokohama:

What's more fun than a Head Maze?. This mirrored labyrinth was just large enough to fit your head into. The Head Maze could be raised and lowered to match visitor's heights.