Bingo documents the ten-day progression of Matta-Clark’s incision into a Niagara Fall’s residence before its demolition. Using a system derived from techniques developed by the British architect and theorist Colin Rowe, Matta-Clark first divided the exterior wall of the house into nine equal grid-like sections. He then removed eight segments from the structure piece by piece, leaving the middle section of the grid intact. Bingo was filmed and edited primarily by Matta-Clark.
Released: January 01, 1970
Director: Gordon Matta-Clark