Program Seven

1974-2005, 44 min, b&w and color
1975, 18:40 min, color, silent, 16 mm film on video
 
1977-2005, 25:20 min, b&w, sound, Super 8mm film on video
 

Conical Intersect

For the Paris Biennale in 1975, Matta-Clark made a major cut in two houses adjacent to the Centre Georges Pompidou in Les Halles. The cut, shaped like a twisted cone, was inspired by Anthony McCall's film Line Describing a Cone.

Camera: Bruno Dewitt, Gordon Matta-Clark.

Sous-Sols de Paris [Paris Underground] In French.

In this film Matta-Clark explores underground Paris. The artist shows the complexity of underground spaces with scenes of architectural ruins, car parks, tunnels, ossuaries, cellars, crypts and basements in the Opera district.

 
 

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