Terminal 3

Boarding Area F - Level 2
William Wiley, Void

Void 1977

William T. Wiley
Acrylic on canvas
144 in. x 312 in.

Known for his humorous use of puns and parody, William T. Wiley’s work defined the nucleus of the Bay Area Funk movement in the 1960s. Wiley says of his work during this time: “It suddenly became clear to me that art was what I’d heard on the radio that day, or something I saw outside. Suddenly, anything was potential.” This work was originally created and installed as an outdoor billboard prior to being purchased by the Arts Commission for the Airport.