VITO ACCONCI: WHERE WE ARE NOW (WHO ARE WE ANYWAY?), 1976
22-25 Jackson Avenue, Long Island City, NY 11101
June 19 – September 18, 2016
Now on view at MoMA PS1, VITO ACCONCI: WHERE WE ARE NOW (WHO ARE WE ANYWAY?), 1976 is a survey exhibition of early works by Acconci. The exhibition is titled after a work first presented at Sonnabend Gallery, which will be reinstalled for the exhibition: Where We Are Now (Who Are We Anyway?) consists of a plank of wood surrounded by stools, with the plank extending through an open window and becoming a diving board over the traffic below. The exhibition at PS1 includes documentary materials, photographs, and film and video footage from early works like Following Piece (1969), Shadow-Play (1970), Openings (1970), Seedbed (1972), and The Red Tapes (1976-77).
A conversation between Vito Acconci and Jocko Weyland appeared in SFAQ 11.