This Saturday 5 December 2009 will feature four short discussions of Matta-Clark's work on display each beginning on the hour. This week's speakers include:
Francesca Herndon-Consagra, [12pm] Senior Editor, The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts will discuss Splitting: Four Corners.
Tom Tobias, [1pm] Art Teacher, Metro High School will discuss Garbage Wall.
Andrew Raimist, AIA, [2pm] Architect will discuss Bingo.
Joanne Kluba, [3pm] Pulitzer docent and book artist, will discuss Pier In/Out.
Chris Krehmeyer, [4pm] President/CEO of Beyond Housing will also speak.
The first installment of these talks (on Sat 7 Nov) included:
Emily Augsburger, Practicum Student for the partnership between the Pulitzer and George Warren Brown School of Social Work,
Washington University in St. Louis, discussed Bingo.
Peter MacKeith, Associate Dean, Associate Professor of Architecture, Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts,Washington University in St. Louis, discussed Splitting: Four Corners. The Pulitzer's installation of this work is among the most powerful spatially, conceptually and experientially.