PC monitors, polyethylene, 3 channel video
8 by 8 by 5 feet each

In Resolution, three large pods inflate with biological implications. It's a code no one wants to crack. Visitors walk around them lightly and talk in hushed tones, as if there are consequences for springing these pods from their laboratory. But there is no laboratory, and none intended. The entire show is largely abstract, about nothing more than itself. Rice's cool colors in the dark represent a road not taken till now, an argument that abstraction is what television does best.

Excerpt from TV sculptor Tivon Rice provides the light, Regina Hackett, The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 4/05/2007