Machine |məˈSHēn| an apparatus using or applying mechanical power and having several parts, each with a definite function and together performing a particular task.
Be it the production of cars, toys, or textiles, every industrial plant has a series of contraptions, gadgets, and tools working together to manufacture a commodity. William Bolcom’s “Machine” and an original work by Don Barrett supervise a factory floor where loyal machinists report to the assembly line to get the job done.
Originally Commissioned By Zionsville H.S. — Thomas Landrum, Director.