On Sunday, PRE sat down with Vito Acconci at his DUMBO studio in Brooklyn. Vito began his career as a poet: his space was an letter-sized piece of paper. His work evolved off the page and onto the floor and into the street as he became an installation artist. Decades later and in a round-about way, Vito found himself to be making architecture. This was our first conversation with an artist, specifically, with an artist who makes architecture. It was fascinating to hear the substantial differences between art and architecture, both in practical and ephemeral terms, play out over the course of one career. The conversation was wonderful and Vito's hospitality was warm. Many thanks to Mr. Acconci.