Vito Acconci - Para-Cities: Models for Public Spaces / Trouble Shooting
Vito Acconci - Para-Cities: Models for Public Spaces. Trouble Shooting, Marion Coutts, Nils Norman, Mick O'Shea, Eva Rothschild, Uri Tzaig
One of the most influential American artists to have emerged in the 1960s, Vito Acconci continues to make vital contributions to contemporary art with a body of work that consistently responds to critical issues of the time. His provocative and pioneering work has explored the body as a physical, psychological and social phenomenon across a variety of media including writing, performance, video, film, installations and sculpture, as well as site-specific constructions.
Conceived to coincide with Vito Acconci’s Para-Cities, Trouble Shooting draws together work by Marion Coutts, Nils Norman, Mick O’Shea, Eva Rothschild and Uri Tzaig. The exhibition addresses the public sphere through re-imagining spaces of leisure and the activities destined for those spaces.
Text by Catsou Roberts.
Dimensions: 165 x 235mm