Mary Mattingly is an artist whose recent projects include Swale, a floating edible forest on a barge in NYC.
Notes From a FutureBy Mary Mattingly
Notes From a Future, after an unstoppable progression towards one art world extreme and a necessary alternative.
Alternative Living Spaces that Subvert New York Real Estate Rent OligopolyBy Mary Mattingly and Greg Lindquist
Take a cue from Occupy Wall Street set up your tent in any privately owned public space.
Material Supply Chains and Eco-traumasBy Mary Mattingly
Photography has the ability to replicate and scale. It is a story, provocation, construction, fabrication, and truth.
Ai Weiwei According to What?By Greg Lindquist and Mary Mattingly
Visitors to the Ai Weiwei retrospective at the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, D. C. are offered two varied forms of learning additional information: a traditionally produced hardcover book ($39.95) and a double-stapled magazine format ($5).
Ana Mendieta: Traces, textBy Mary Mattingly
The title of Ana Mendieta: Traces, which catalogs her exhibition at the Hayward Gallery in London, indicates the protean wanderings, vagaries, and mutability found in her art, which inhabits an impermanent, profane, and connected body. The monograph details her better-known work, as well as rarely seen ephemera, notes, and letters which together present a complex view of her positions within feminism and the political sphere.