Vito Acconci • SFMOMA

Tuesday, 14 June 2016

“First of all, the Kastro had been neglected, so we had to clean it, paint it, and light it. And you can’t just lock the Kastro at the end of every evening, so all of the photographs had to be taken down, stored and then re-hung the next evening – for 10 days. We had to tie the photographs to the walls with nylon fishing line!” David Frazer Wray as quoted by Tom Seymour • British Journal of Photography

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