Installation view of Perceptual Kinetics at 112 Greene Street

Installation view of Terry Fugate-Wilcox’s solo exhibition Perceptual Kinetics at 112 Greene Street, April–May 1972 (photograph © Terry Fugate-Wilcox and provided by White Columns)

In the longest-running solo show at 112 Greene Street, the artist presented four discrete bodies of work over five weeks. Three examples can be seen here: a square of pigment painted directly on the wall that reflected its color on the viewer; a long strip of bimetallic metal that curled in different ways according to the relative humidity in the room; and different types of rope strung across the room, close to the ceiling, that also reacted to the changing atmosphere.