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Gordon Matta-Clark : Conical Intersect
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Like his father, the Surrealist painter Roberto Sebastian Matta Echaurren, Gordon Matta-Clark studied to be an architect. While it never became his profession. Conical Intersect—a temporary project that, like other of Matta-Clark's performative interventions, now exists only as video documentation—is a good example of. Gordon Matta-Clark 'Conical Intersect', Although Matta-Clark initially began making building cuts due to the need to find workspaces in abandoned.
Gordon Matta-Clark's Conical Intersect () was a torqued, spiraling “cut” into two derelict seventeenth-century Paris buildings adjacent to the construction site . Gordon Matta-Clark's Conical Intersect () was a torqued, spiralling 'cut' into two derelict seventeenth-century Paris buildings adjacent to the construction. Conical Intersect; silver dye bleach print: image: x cm (30 x 40 in.) With these words, written at age twenty-eight, Gordon Matta-Clark.
Gordon Matta-Clark. Intervention Materials: For the Paris Biennale, Matta-Clark made large cone-shaped holes in two houses near the Centre. 17 Jan Conical Intersect, an enormous oculus that Matta-Clark carved through two abutting seventeenth-century apartment buildings on rue. Artwork title: Conical Intersect; Artist name: Gordon Matta-Clark; Date created: ; Classification: photograph; Medium: gelatin silver print; Dimensions: 10 5/8 . 13 Jun By the Plateau Beaubourg (“beautiful village”) and the entirety of the land known as the Les Halles section of Paris had been subject to an. Courtesy of Electronic Arts Intermix (EAI), New York (dust-mite-info.com). Share. Gordon Matta-Clark Artworks in the collection. See all the artworks · Gordon.
From Sandra Gering Inc, Gordon Matta-Clark, Conical Intersect (), Silver Dye Bleach Print (Cibachrome), 40 × 30 in. 5 Feb In , artist Gordon Matta-Clark began entering abandoned . Both “Day's End ” and “Conical Intersect” saw Matta-Clark working on an. Gordon Matta-Clark (–), who trained originally as an architect, is best When he moved from floor to floor in the Parisian work Conical Intersect. 1 Apr Conical Intersect / Gordon Matta-Clark Play. Gordon Matta-Clark, Bruno de Witt Paris # dust-mite-info.com Uploaded 8 years ago.