Now, as artistic director of the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, housed in a grand new building whose red-rusted iron folds are themselves extraordinarily labyrinthine, she shows that the contemporary labyrinth is less site-specific than it is an articulation of dense, cyclically structured detail, Joao Penalva's video Kitsune, 2001, is composed of static camera shots of a hauntingly beautiful forest landscape forever reemerging from shrouds of creeping mist.
What does ACCA stand for?
ACCA stands for Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (Melbourne, Australia)
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- Associated Communications Companies of America
- Association Communale de Chasse Agréée (France)
- Association of Certified Corporate Accountants
- Association of Chartered Certified Accountants
- Association of Chartered Certified Accountants Hong Kong
- Association of County Commissions of Alabama
- Australasian Cemeteries and Crematoria Association (est. 1985)
- Automatic Cloud Cover Assessment
- Air Conditioning Contractors of America - Arizona
- American Competitiveness and Corporate Accountability Act
- Arizona Community College Athletic Conference
- Atlantic Coast Christian Athletic Conference
- Awdurdod Cymwysterau, Cwricwlwm ac Asesu Cymru (Qualifications, Curriculum and Assessment Authority for Wales)
- Advanced Computing Center for the Arts and Design (The College of the Arts; Ohio State University)
- Advisory Committee on Climate Applications and Data
- Atlantic Canada Craft Awards of Excellence (Atlantic Craft Show; Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada)
- Addison County Community Action Group (Vermont)
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The Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) lies at one end of Melbourne's Arts Precinct, a necklace of galleries and performance buildings that stretches through the city to Federation Square, the controversial new cultural piazza next to Flinders Street station (AR May 2003).