- Thu 11 Oct - 19:15
- Sun 14 Oct - 14:45
He sawed buildings in half, chopped huge holes in them, hollowed them out. In his brief lifetime, Gordon Matta Clark (1943-1978) introduced an anarchistic perspective on our built environment. His Anarchitecture, filled with cheerful rebellion, remains a major influence on the work of contemporary architects. Based on an extensive array of photos and film footage, we get a glimpse of his life. Artists and friends talk about the controversial nature and impact of Matta-Clark’s work and the sometimes complicated relationship he had with his artist parents: Anna Clark and Robert Matta. ARCHINED TIP!