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Av Lars Vilks - 1 september 2009 23:40

Gordon Matta-Clark (1943-1978) studied architecture at Cornell University but never practiced conventionally as a professional. Instead, he married the idea of art and architecture to develop his artistic process. In the early 1970s, Matta-Clark was interested in the idea of entropy, metamorphic gaps, and leftover/ambiguous space, what he called "Anarchitecture." He had come to see buildings, rooms, urban spaces, neighbourhoods, and places where people gather as situations in which his planned "interventions" could create something new.  


After his death his influence in contemporary art increased especially since 1990.    


In Ladonia Biennial Gordon Matta-Clark’s film Tree Dancing from 1971, is to be seen in a new context and in a new form: Tree Ghost Dancing



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