Big Picture TV in Santa Fe Railyard

If you’ve visited the Santa Fe Railyard recently, you likely spotted a concrete television set that is 10 ft. long, 7 ft, front to back and 25 ft. high including the rabbit ears. Located in front of Warehouse 21, Big Picture TV is the work of Santa Fe resident and artist, David Rudolph.

The sculpture was previously installed for years near the intersection of Hollywood and Vine, in Los Angeles. It was enjoyed by thousands of people and featured in TV commercials and numerous professional photo shoots. The Big TV is an interactive art installation, loosely based on the “set” for a television talk show.

David’s intention is to provide a contemporary installation that’s all about a creative, interactive experience. He is a community-minded artist who sees his Big TV as a magnet for allowing anyone, whether they’re an art enthusiast or not, have an interesting, interactive, and exploratory experience for free. He wants to inspire human-to-human interaction and communication and give anyone in the community an opportunity to step up, walk into the Big TV, be creative and feel good.

Local Child Enjoying Big Picture TV

People can post photos and videos of themselves, their friends, and families interacting in the heart of Santa Fe with the Big Picture TV. Be part of the Big Picture! Post pictures and share your experience! Follow and tag Big Picture TV on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and check out their website for updates here.

Big Picture TV is fiscally sponsored by NMCF. To learn how your organization or project can be fiscally sponsored, please contact Linda Milbourn at lmilbourn@nmcf.org