WHEN: December 3, 10, 17 6pm – Midnight Reception with the artist: December 10 6-8pm Vitiello talk at MoMa: November 14 at 8:30pm
Stephen Vitiello is a sound and media artist. In his work, he is particularly interested in the physical aspect of sound and its potential to define the form and atmosphere of a spatial environment.
Recent solo exhibitions include The Project NY, Galerie Almine Rech, Paris, The Project, Los Angeles. Group exhibitions include the 2002 Whitney Biennial, Ce qui arrive at the Cartier Foundation, Paris, curated by Paul Virilio, Yanomami: Spirit of the Forest, also at The Cartier Foundation. Previous exhibitions include Greater New York at P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center presented in collaboration with the Museum of Modern Art, and a solo exhibition at the Texas Gallery, Houston, TX. In 1999, Stephen Vitiello was awarded a 6-month WorldViews residency on the 91st floor of the World Trade Center. The residency resulted in a site-specific sound installation which has been broadcast and exhibited internationally.
Vitiello’s CD releases include Scratchy Monsters, Laughing Ghosts (New Albion Records), Buffalo Bass Delay (Hallwalls), Scanner/Vitiello (Audiosphere/Sub Rosa), Bright and Dusty Things (New Albion Records), Scratchy Marimba (Sulphur UK/Sulfur USA), Light of Falling Cars (JDK Productions) and Uitti/Vitiello (JDK Productions).
Stephen Vitiello is currently Assistant Professor of Kinetic Imaging at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU) and Archivist for The Kitchen, NYC.