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Gordon Matta-Clark's Artefacts
Series consists of a pulley used by Gordon Matta-Clark (1943-1978) to lower himself from the roof of buildings.
Series contains one pulley.
Pulley represents half of Gordon Matta-Clark's block & tackle. It was used by Matta-Clark on almost all of his sculptures from Splitting (1974) through to Day's End (1975) and Office Baroque (1977).
Wood, iron and plastic
Collection Centre Canadien d'Architecture /
Canadian Centre for Architecture, Montréal
Don de la succession Gordon Matta-Clark /
Gift of Estate of Gordon Matta-Clark
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