The installation has a number of motifs recognizable to those familiar with his earlier works: the door at an odd angle, the train, the watery expanse, and the house.
This time the house has an odd red...something emanating from it. Symbolizing fire? Just because?
Neo-Victorians would be at home in his houses, and this one is no exception. Up the stairs (unpictured) is a manual sewing machine. Here, the wash basin is filled via a hand pump.
Up the stairs, the eponymous A.M. radio sits on the floor, next to the beginning of the red shape seen over the house. I stand in the intense ray of light.
Upon arrival at the telehub, one is given a HUD that restricts one's view and has five or so clickable areas, each of which shows a different point of view in the sim. Below, one such view shows the train, on the tracks, above the shallow water, with a number of water towers in the distance.
Another view show the house from overhead.
The rear of the train also plays with light in a most unusual way.