The work of vocalist Meredith Monk in 1969 is the first performance that was performed at the Guggenheim gallery. Monk, who at the time was 26 years old and worked in small ensembles, builds an epic, spatial vocal work, inside the spiral architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright. For the first, "Juice" claims the institutionalize, archiving space of the museum, , as the space of human presence and voice.