Constance DeJong
In the corner of a gallery space a vintage radio is placed on a shelf with a small bench resting on top of a carpet. To the right is a wall text.

Constance DeJong: A survey exhibition, 2021 (Installation view) Bertha & Karl Leubsdorf Gallery Hunter College, New York

A black vintage radio with silver accents on top of a white shelf.

Zenith Racetrack, 2019 Re-engineered radio with amplitude-sensitive LEDs, audio 7 × 13 ½ × 6 in.

A speaker hangs from the ceiling with a carpet below to rest on while listening. In the back are several wall hanging artworks. A large scroll is installed on the right wall.

Constance DeJong: A survey exhibition, 2021 (Installation view) Bertha & Karl Leubsdorf Gallery Hunter College, New York

A horizontal black and white print with text in a white frame.

Frequency Hopping 2, 2020 Digital print 8 ½ × 33 ¾ in.

A long vertical scroll of text hanging on a white wall.

Bedside, 2019 Digital print 87 × 24 in.

A white light box hanging on a wall with a scroll of text.

Frequency Hopping 2, 2020 Digital print 8 ½ × 33 ¾ in.

A series of charcoal drawings in black frames hanging in a line. On the left is a white lightbox containing a scroll of text.

Constance DeJong: A survey exhibition, 2021 (Installation view) Bertha & Karl Leubsdorf Gallery Hunter College, New York

A projection of a body of water with a bench in front of it. In the background a small round table containing ephemera. A blue lightbox is hung on a wall in the distance.

Constance DeJong: A survey exhibition, 2021 (Installation view) Bertha & Karl Leubsdorf Gallery Hunter College, New York

Relatives, 1988 Constance DeJong & Tony Oursler (Performance documentation) The Kitchen, New York, NY, 2018

Caroline Herschel, I suspect it to be a comet, 2018 Chalk on paper 16 × 14.5 inches

PRECIPITATORs, 2017 Chalk on paper 29.625 × 41.5 inches

Stories: Constance DeJong and Philip-Lorca diCorcia, 2018 (Installation view) McEvoy Foundation for the Arts, San Francisco

Green Crosley (Collection: NightWalking), 2018 Re-engineered radio with amplitude-sensitive LEDs, audio 6.5 × 12.5 × 6.75 inches

Modern Love, 2017 (Performance documentation) The Kitchen, New York, NY

Blue Meteor, 2015-2016 Re-engineered radio with amplitude-sensitive LEDs, audio 5.25 x 9.5 x 5.5 inches

Wakemaster Jewel, 2015 Re-engineered radio with amplitude-sensitive LEDs, audio 12 x 5 x 7 inches

Image of a sound-proofed room walled with egg crate foam: a red headed woman wearing black sits on a stool next to a computer on a tall table. She is wearing a small microphone and is pointing her right finger out of the frame.

Speakchamber, 2013 (Performance documentation) Bureau, New York, NY

Scry Agency, 2001 (Invitation) Thread Waxing Space, New York. NY

Speaking of the River, 2000 Infrared sensor benches, audio, sound (Commissioned by Public Art Development Trust) Canary Wharf, River Thames, London, United Kingdom

Ally, 1989 Messages to the Public, The Public Art Fund, Times Square, New York, NY

Relatives, 1988 Constance DeJong & Tony Oursler (Performance documentation) The Kitchen, New York, NY, 1989

Constance DeJong & Tony Oursler Joyride (TM), 1988 14:23 min, color, sound