Acts of Omission was a three-part installation designed for the Kitchen space, underlying its theatrical or, as Acconci wrote in his descriptions, “opera” nature. Occupied by rows of chairs, the entrance was the “overture” space, in which viewer approached four audio speakers that emitted prerecorded audio of Acconci’s voice. One speaker’s audio began by saying “We want to go there” and then turned into a song, whereas the other three featured the same words, though in different tones, encouraging the visitor to determine the pitch. Spread diagonally across the exhibition space, the “Scene” was an in-process setting that featured crisscrossing strings that provided “metal frame-works” as well as three strips of blue paper for viewer to walk over like maps. Placed at a corner at the far end of the exhibition space was the piece Act (Acts of Omission), which Acconci commented as the “point of decision” that invited viewer to enter its circular space shaped by five “like watch-dogs” monitors.