Large Scale Dis/Integration of Micro-Electronic Memories (A Newly Revised Shantytown)
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Aycock, Alice (American sculptor, born 1946)
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SubjectAmerican; Sculpture (visual work); 20th century; Large Scale Dis/Integration of Micro-Electronic Memories (A Newly Revised Shantytown); Alice Aycock; Battery Park City
American. Sculpture (visual work). 20th century. Alice Aycock. "Large Scale Dis/Integration of Micro-Electronic Memories (A Newly Revised Shantytown)," wood and used doors. Exhibited for Creative Time at Battery Park City landfill, New York City, United States. Three views: overall work in progress and two details.
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