Lygia Clark in New York
Short documentary produced on the occasion of the 2014 MoMA retrospective Lygia Clark: The Abandonment of Art, 1948–1988. The film tells Clark’s story, from her first paintings to her sensory and therapeutic phase and reaffirms her importance in the art world.
Directed by Daniela Thomas, Brazil, 2014. Run time 26mins
A screening of the short film that documents one of Lygia Clark’s most recognized interactive art pieces, Baba Antropofágica. This piece was inspired by a dream that Clark had about an anonymous substance that streamed out from her mouth.
- Auditorium, lower ground level