Each of the 150 CDs in this 34-inch diameter assemblage is slightly
bent as they follow the curve of a sphere. (They are not attached to
at transparent sphere; they are just glued to each other to form the sphere.)
The form is based on the truncated icosahedron.
I took the title from Kurt Vonnegut's writings; it has to do with
different kinds of truths fitting together nicely and fathers always being
right. Somewhat coincidentally, another of Vonnegut's books appears in my
Previously at the Northport Museum, this piece is now installed
at the Long Island Museum of Science and
Technology (press clipping).