Public Illumination Gallery
Summer of 1982
In the summer of 1982, Public Illumination Gallery put on a series of four one-person, one-week shows, which they called 411. Wojnarowicz was one of the artists invited to participate. His entire installation involved stencil work applied directly to the walls of the tiny storefront, along with a cassette player with an audio track.
"David's imagery was all aggression and vulnerability. He used running soldiers in three sizes, a small burning house, many small bombers, a figure who holds one bent arm over his head, a large falling man, a rampaging wolf, the prone Hujar." Jeffrey Isaac, who was then going by the name Zagreus Bowery, was the director of the Public Illumination gallery. 
Installation view of 411 at Public Illumination Gallery
Isaac was the director of Public Illumination Gallery.
Carr, Cynthia Fire in the Belly: The Life and Times of David Wojnarowicz Fales, Wojnarowicz's papers, Box 82 (slides), slidebox 69 and 74 include images of this installation (slide box 69: documentation of Wojnarowicz's "Installation E” 1982: Public illumination picture gallery, June 82), as well as Box 84, slide sheet 94
- Cynthia Carr, Fire in the Belly: The Life and Times of David Wojnarowicz (New York, Bloomsbury, 2012): 212.