The elements of a pinball machine are deconstructed and exaggerated to create a series of interactive works. The viewer is invited to engage with the installation- you are the one who will initiate a mechanism that is designed to keep a ball in motion as long as possible. The act of playing pinball is connected with the human struggle against time in this multi-dimensional installation.


Michael Bosworth is an artist and educator based in Buffalo, NY. Currently a professor at Villa Maria College, Michael received his MFA in photography from the University of New Mexico, a BFA in Art and a BA in English from the University at Buffalo. His work has been exhibited widely in WNY and beyond including in The Other New York Biennial (Syracuse, NY), Beyond/In WNY (Buffalo, NY), Amid/In WNY (Buffalo, NY), and at Sean Kelly Gallery (New York, NY), Hallwalls, the Burchfield-Penney, Visual Studies Workshop, Big Orbit Gallery, CEPA Gallery, and the Albright-Knox.