Gordon Matta-Clark: Splitting, Cutting, Writing, Drawing, Eating




               
Portuguese / English

Gordon Matta-Clark: Splitting, Cutting, Writing, Drawing, Eating is a survey of one of the most emblematic artists of the 1970’s. It features correspondence, drawings, photographs, notebooks, and films related to his major building cuts from 1973-1978. It also catalogs his interest in cooking, drawing, and playing with language as modes to further explore addition and reduction along separate planes of thought. It is in all an archive of his ultimate goal: “making space without building it."

edited by João Ribas and Delfim Sardo
published by Fundação de Serralves / 2017
printed in Porto, Portugal

220 pgs 
digitally printed / swedish bound

This publication was featured in the selection Dwelling.