September 1 – 21, 1972
Randal Arabie exhibited an arrangement of notebook-paper cones on the floor in two long opposed and intersecting acute angles. The configuration tempted the viewer to misperceive the work as three intersecting lines.
Rosemarie Castoro exhibited “Armpit Hair,” a giant brushstroke-shaped wall sculpture constructed of graphite and gesso on masonite.
Suzanne Harris constructed a sculpture with cardboard, wood, and glass which jutted out from the rear wall forming an enclosure like a hollow truncated wedge whose smaller open end protruded into the space, while the taller back end was enclosed by the wall except for a high window.
Jene Highstein exhibited a welded 3/4″ stell rod sculpture.
Jeffrey Lew exhibited three aligned steel flatbeds containing logs and tree bark.
Richard Mock exhibited a variety of fabrics, including camouflage material and a plastic dropcloth, in a manner such that the fabrics twisted down from a high spot on the wall and spread out on the floor.