Miniscule Bites: Narratives of Appetite in Gordon Matta Clark
Published in: Sluice__Magazine
Link: Full article
Year: February 2017
"Mavor’s description of the termite as distinctively tender is not only surprising but also – deliberately or not, I wonder – joins concepts of buccality (chewing, feeding, gnawing) with a certain loving affection and a sense of homing. Nourishment and hospitality are joined in an unsuspected agent; that of the insect, culturally branded as pest or plague, for which we bear none to little sympathy."