Gordon Matta-Clark

This artists Gordon Matta-Clark, is one of my influences when comes to collection rubbish and put together to make art piece such as ‘Garbage wall’ in 1970s in New York. He the type of artists who takes photograph of his objects taking place in the space, for as used as processes documentation for ‘visual journal of experience and activity.’ Either with ‘still camera’ than moves on to the film making to documents of himself to work for upcoming events by passing the camera of another person with told instructions about how that person should have film Matt-clacks.

As once you   made the sculpture for garbage as the installation were taking photos would become a memory for what was like to have layers of garbage show exhibition.

As I realize as I explore my things to take photos of different things place in the action and project space will forever be kept as the photos for long time which would be easier to keep in the storage space than is the actually rubbish that takes over the space

Gordon Matt-Clack, He the type of artists who takes photograph of his objects taking place in the space, for as used as processes documentation for ‘visual journal of experience and activity.’ Either with ‘still camera’ than moves on to the film making to documents of himself to work for upcoming events by passing the camera of another person with told instructions about how that person should have film Matt-clacks. He is also one of my influences when comes to collecting rubbish and put rubbish together to make an art piece: ‘Garbage wall’ in 1970s, New York.  The documents of my rubbish beforehand I was recommended by my tutor about the compress tower.  While the differences from Henry’s work, the garbage wall is more obvious clearer in structure by literally the wall of garbage But In this pieces below the is the reconstruct replica of garbage wall by Matt-Clark from the Miami beach by the students from ‘Florida international university, Honors college, in collaboration with the Director of Deering Estes: Jessamyn Fiore and Omar Lopez-Chaoud, help to coordination of Gordon Matt-Clark’s work Garbage wall’ and then had the exhibit at the art fair; ‘Untitled Miami beach’ the collection of rubbish are specific materials from particular place Miami beach. As I analysis this artwork, they are loads of types of rubbish including car plate, other metals, empty water bottle, some plastic and the other things that came from the beach of Miami there is so much going on, by how it looks how they hold the rubbish hold together, I could see a bit here and there of the cement that seem to have hold it together as glue. This how they represent n which they took inspire from original ‘garbage  wall’ to have the audiences see their own waste as to represent the effecting polluting Miamis, waterways and beaches. Matt-Clark

 

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In this original document of this original garbage or wall from 1970 is when that time Matt-Clarke structure the process the specific ‘cooking’, tire and other elements’ by presenting the ‘life cycle of the cultivating’. Even though the wall is clearly look can be deceiving of this chaotic mess, by stepping away from the work seeing this project rubbish, however if you keep keeping you might see differently how the way the rubbish is structure.  This seem to have carefully layer the pieces of certain things goes certain way is carefully in layering the rubbish into places if it were a jigsaw puzzle to fit into the certain shape as wanted to be.

 

 

 

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