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by Steven Jenkins,Gordon Matta-Clark

eBook City Slivers And Fresh Kills: The Films Of Gordon Matta-Clark ePub
Author: Steven Jenkins,Gordon Matta-Clark
Language: English
ISBN: 0974999601
ISBN13: 978-0974999609
Publisher: San Francisco Cinemateque (June 15, 2004)
Pages: 64
Category: Individual Artists
Subcategory: Photo
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 988
Formats: mbr doc lit docx
ePub file: 1573 kb
Fb2 file: 1753 kb

Featuring essays by Jane Crawford (Matta-Clark's widow and the executor of his estate), Jane Martin (noted Bay Area architect), Cinematheque's own Steven Jenkins and other scholars, and sliced through with film stills and rare personal images, City Slivers and Fresh Kills will most.

Featuring essays by Jane Crawford (Matta-Clark's widow and the executor of his estate), Jane Martin (noted Bay Area architect), Cinematheque's own Steven Jenkins and other scholars, and sliced through with film stills and rare personal images, City Slivers and Fresh Kills will most certainly delight Matta-Clark enthusiasts as well as artists, architects and cineastes who. appreciate the 'cutting' in cutting-edge.

Gordon Matta-Clark (Contributor). Featuring rarely published images and a quartet of imaginative essays, City Slivers and Fresh Kills establishes Matta-Clark's films as perhaps his most surprising, and certainly most viscerally arresting body of work, characterized by the same creative provocation, rough aesthetic beauty and intellectual insight that idefined his signature architectural cuttings and slicings.

Matta-Clark’s radical explorations into space and structure, which he referred to as Anarchitecture, called for an anarchistic approach to architecture, marked physically by a breaking of convention through a process of ‘undoing’ or ‘destructuring,’ rather than creating a structure-and.

Matta-Clark’s radical explorations into space and structure, which he referred to as Anarchitecture, called for an anarchistic approach to architecture, marked physically by a breaking of convention through a process of ‘undoing’ or ‘destructuring,’ rather than creating a structure-and philosophically by a revolutionary approach that sought to reveal and later alleviate societal problems through art. 3.

Here, however, are the film works through which Matta-Clark furthered his lifelong excavation of urban dwellings. In this book, San Francisco Cinematheque presents a retrospective of the moving-image works through which Matta-Clark explored his aesthetic assumptions and philosophical inquiry.

Gordon Matta-Clark, Bingo, 1974. Building fragments, three sections. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. An exhibit on the work of Gordon Matta-Clark at the Whitney Museum of Art in the spring of 2007 was a reminder of the prophetic insight he had. I first paid attention to Matta-Clark in the early 1990s, well after his premature death in 1978 at thirty-five.

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Gordon Matta-Clark (1943–1978), who trained originally as an architect, is best known for his spectacular ‘building cuts’. These have often been seen as an outright rejection of the architectural profession.

Titles to screen include Matta-Clark's "Splitting" and "Sous-Sol De Paris" (1977), as well titles by contemporaries like Ken Jacobs .

Titles to screen include Matta-Clark's "Splitting" and "Sous-Sol De Paris" (1977), as well titles by contemporaries like Ken Jacobs (1967's "Airshaft") and Jose.

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Images of the deconstruction of abandoned buildings and industrial structures are closely associated with "anarchitect" Gordon Matta-Clark. Here, however, are the film works through which Matta-Clark furthered his lifelong excavation of urban dwellings. In this book, San Francisco Cinematheque presents a retrospective of the moving-image works through which Matta-Clark explored his aesthetic assumptions and philosophical inquiry. Featuring rarely published images and a quartet of imaginative essays, City Slivers and Fresh Kills establishes Matta-Clark's films as perhaps his most surprising, and certainly most viscerally arresting body of work, characterized by the same creative provocation, rough aesthetic beauty and intellectual insight that idefined his signature architectural cuttings and slicings.
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