Stephen Vitiello

Stephen Vitiello is a visual and sound artist. Originally a punk guitarist, he has collaborated with Pauline Oliveros, Scanner aka Robin Rimbaud, and Frances-Marie Uitti, as well as visual artists Julie Mehretu, Tony Oursler, and Joan Jonas.


Vitiello was a resident artist at the World Trade Center in 1999 where he recorded sounds from the 91st floor using home-built contact microphones and photocells, using them in his Bright and Dusty Things album (New Albion Records) as well as in an installation environment, World Trade Center Recordings: Winds After Hurricane Floyd. Vitiello has had solo exhibitions of sound installations, photographs, and drawings at museums and galleries including The Project, NY; MASS MoCA; the High Line; Museum 52, Los Angeles; and Galerie Almine Rech, Paris. Group exhibitions include Soundings: A Contemporary Score at the Museum of Modern Art (2013), the 2002 Whitney Biennial, the 2006 Sydney Biennale and Ce qui arrive (Unknown Quantity), curated by Paul Virilio at the Cartier Foundation, Paris. Vitiello is currently an associate professor in the Kinetic Imaging department at Virginia Commonwealth University.

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