Two sculptures sponsored by the Actual Art Foundation at Terminal New York, a massive group exhibition held in the Harborside Industrial Center in Brooklyn, in fall 1983. The site, known as the Brooklyn Army Terminal, is now a commercial and industrial complex in Sunset Park. The exhibition was reviewed in 1983 by Kay Larson in New York and Grace Glueck in the New York Times and revisited in 2011 by Paula Beardell Krieg of Book Zoompa and in 2013 by Shannon Geis via Turnstile Tours.
On the left: Terry Fugate-Wilcox, Weathering Wood, 1983, timber, 14 ft x 1 ft x 18 in. (artwork © Terry-Fugate Wilcox)
On the right: Terry Fugate-Wilcox, Weathering Wood, 1983, timber, 14 ft x 5 ft x 2 ft. (artwork © Terry-Fugate Wilcox)