Bryan Thoendel and I met in Art School and had a hell of an inspirational friendship. We never, ever stopped talking about art ideas and occasionally explored different media together. In this case, we had a broken webcam (which had a video input) wired to a somewhat-less-broken cheapy surveillance camera. We took it all over Fargo and captured things we thought we could make into Art. I was fascinated with the communications infrastructure downtown, so I focused on antennae.
View from the top of the Plains Art Museum, Facing South. Fargo, ND 58102, 2002.