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Wipe That Self Off Your Face

The face of the city: a façade is the exterior element of a building, often ornamental, that defines its aesthetic character. The importance of the façade increases with density. 513 more words

New York

Annotated Bibliography of Theoretical Research

Lee, P, M. (2000). Object to be destroyed: The life and works of Gordon Matta-Clark. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.

This book is about the artist Gordon Matta-Clark, and the area of ambiguous meaning that sits between the thematics of property and Gordon Matta-Clark’s work, primarily in the 1960’s and 1970’s. 780 more words


Exploding Chimney


 When I was thirteen or fourteen I was friends with a boy, T, who lived across the road from me. We lived on a suburban estate that was being built around us – ours was the second house to go up, Thomas’ was the seventh, I think. 663 more words


Gordon Matta Clark

Gordon Matta Clark was born on June 22, 1943 and passed away of cancer at an early age, in August 27, 1978. He comes from a family of artists – Anne Clark, and the Chiliean Surrealist, Roberto Matta. 339 more words



I was in a hung-over delirium… had drunk ¾ a bottle of gin. Our house was floating on water and was far more elongated than normal, with a whole extra wing included. 126 more words

The Junkgarden