Finch Project

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Finch College Project, 1969, by Robert Morris is an installation which consists of a film projected in the same site where it was created. It is a significant precursor to the immersive video installations that gained prominence as a medium for avant-garde art during the 1970s. This project constitutes a continuation of Morris’s earlier interest in installations that produce a total environment, as in his 1961 work, Untitled (Passageway). In 2001, the Whitney Museum of American Art included Finch College Project in the exhibition Into the Light: The Projected Image in American Art 1964–1977, placing this piece in conversation with similar moving-image installations created by artists such as Vito Acconci, Simone Forti, Dan Graham, and Joan Jonas.
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