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Media Respond to Vito Acconci

November 21, 2013

Vito Acconci’s Way Station I (Study Chamber) was a lightning rod for strong opinions while it was extant on the College’s campus, and the exhibition has garnered similar attention. Here’s a summary of what local and regional media outlets are saying about the reinstalled piece and the accompanying exhibit.

Burlington Free Press

Renowned architect confronted by resurrection of early work at Middlebury College
http://www.burlingtonfreepress.com/article/20131117/ARTS04/311170002/-1/ARTS/Renowned-architect-confronted-by-resurrection-early-work-Middlebury-College

The Middlebury Campus

Vito Acconci: “Way Station” and Art of Subversion
http://middleburycampus.com/article/vito-acconci-way-station-and-art-of-subversion/

Art New England

Vito Acconci: Thinking Space
http://artnewengland.com/ed_review/vito-acconci-thinking-space/

Addison Independent

Once destroyed, a public art installation is resurrected on college campus
http://www.addisonindependent.com/201310once-destroyed-public-art-installation-resurrected-college-campus

Vermont Art Guide

Middlebury College unveils the reconstructed Way Station I by Vito Acconci
http://vermontartguide.com/content/?p=1671

Seven Days

Acconci Sculpture Re-installed at Middlebury College
http://www.7dvt.com/2013acconci-sculpture-re-installed-middlebury-college