Jen Kutler and Ian Vanek
Boomerang is an information triangle formed by three discrete sculptural components: the ETB Phone Booth, Roaming Phone, and Remote Audio Outpost. Named Boomerang in homage to the early 1980s unmanned flying object sightings in Upstate New York called Westchester Boomerang, and because signals are sent out and signals return, the triangle's purpose is manifold. Visitors may tune into the multi-dimensional live streams originating from Wave Farm, record their own messages, as well as explore the fourth dimension. Each of Boomerang's three origin points communicates with the others; transmissions will be accessible on-site as well as remotely through Wave Farm Radio streams and broadcasts.