This was a whimsical and constructive piece. It was one of my more successful interactive works. There was a monitor playing a super-8 film (trans. to video) of music and a breast form with a tongue. The viewer could activate parts of the sculpture by pushing a lever back and forth. It was completely inane, absurd and hilarious for reasons that defied comprehension. I knew I had something worthwhile when, the (then) president of the school where I taught, scoffed at the work, as if to dismiss it as bunk.