Machineworks: Vito Acconci, Alice Aycock, Dennis Oppenhiem (exhibition catalog)

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'Machineworks: Vito Acconci, Alice Aycock, Dennis Oppenhiem'. Philadelphia: Institute of Contemporary Art, U of Pennsylvania, [1981].

Catalog of the exhibition organized by Janet Kardon: These three artists were among the only ones in the late seventies to adopt a machine esthetic as their approach to object making. (Caution: Research into 1970s artists less likely to show up in museum exhibitions may offer a significant number of additional examples of artists using a machine esthetic.)