Materials: 16 mm film on video
Collection: M HKA / Collection Flemish Community (Inv. no. BK7768_M495).
This film was made after the death of Gordon Matta-Clark. It documents an action Matta-Clark carried out around the Berlin Wall in 1976. Initially he planned to dynamite a hole in the wall but ultimately it became a performance. The film shows Matta-Clark hanging up posters with ‘Made in America’ on the Wall, commercial ads stuck over graffiti, and a clash with the police. Music: Peter Gordon. Montage: Jane Crawford. Production: Alex Gunuay.
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Museum in Motion - Gordon...
23 August 2022 - 30 April 2023.
Gordon Matta-Clark (1943–1978) described his activities as 'anarchitecture' – a synthesis of the concepts of anarchy and architecture. Anarch
Gordon Matta-Clark: Anarc...
05 October 2012 - 20 January 2013.
GORDON MATTA-CLARK (1943-1978) was an ‘all-round artist’. He called his own work and that of the group that gathered around him 'anarchitectu
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Film & Videos of and with...
The films and videos from Gordon Matta-Clark, some on-issued, others recently restored, exist as memories of his performances, his projects i