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The Art Of Trespass
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http://www.johnfekner.com/

I'm on a John Fekner kick thinking about his art, philosophies, and ideas. WALL BLOOD? what a cool way to describe decay and paint peeling! The image sticks with you.

Gordon Matta Clark is one of my favorite artists from the 70's; if you're not familiar with his work, he cut an abandoned house in half as a sort of performance.

https://www.wbur.o...-clark-anarchitect

Does anyone know any other artists who dabbled in/ were involved in precursory urban exploration activities?


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There was the defenestration piece in SF. Abandoned building that artist(s) attached furniture to. Was there for years but gone now.

I wouldn’t exactly call it abandoned at all since it’s on an active base, but, hidden away in the Bosnian mountains is a underground bunker that artists have interacted with and added art to that now a place that can be visited with permission. It’s called Tito’s Bunker. Built at an astronomical cost but to save only very few it’s an interesting juxtaposition between government projects, dead governments, and the people who lived it. Spy equipment and Tito’s quarters still intact. The underground petroleum tanks are kinda eerie as are the 70’s Yugoslavian chic meeting rooms. I have photos somewhere




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There was the defenestration piece in SF. Abandoned building that artist(s) attached furniture to. Was there for years but gone now.

I wouldn’t exactly call it abandoned at all since it’s on an active base, but, hidden away in the Bosnian mountains is a underground bunker that artists have interacted with and added art to that now a place that can be visited with permission. It’s called Tito’s Bunker. Built at an astronomical cost but to save only very few it’s an interesting juxtaposition between government projects, dead governments, and the people who lived it. Spy equipment and Tito’s quarters still intact. The underground petroleum tanks are kinda eerie as are the 70’s Yugoslavian chic meeting rooms. I have photos somewhere


Please do share them if you fid them! Gotta love Tito's bunker(s). I'm currently planning my next trip to Slovenia and am in the process of arranging an authorized visit to Tito's nuclear bunker, which is not open to public.




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Please do share them if you fid them! Gotta love Tito's bunker(s). I'm currently planning my next trip to Slovenia and am in the process of arranging an authorized visit to Tito's nuclear bunker, which is not open to public.


Slovenia is very high on my list for the near future! If you make your way to Croatia I recommend taking the steps to go to Zjelava if you haven’t already




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Not quite as cool. As Instagram explores now a days. But it'll do, I guess.




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There was the defenestration piece in SF. Abandoned building that artist(s) attached furniture to. Was there for years but gone now.

I wouldn’t exactly call it abandoned at all since it’s on an active base, but, hidden away in the Bosnian mountains is a underground bunker that artists have interacted with and added art to that now a place that can be visited with permission. It’s called Tito’s Bunker. Built at an astronomical cost but to save only very few it’s an interesting juxtaposition between government projects, dead governments, and the people who lived it. Spy equipment and Tito’s quarters still intact. The underground petroleum tanks are kinda eerie as are the 70’s Yugoslavian chic meeting rooms. I have photos somewhere


Wow, these are rad. I had to google the definition of defenestration.
My tabs are full of Tito's Bunker articles. Coolest thing I've learned all day!




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