Mary Mattingly, ‘The Gualcarque River’, 2020, Print, C-print, The Watermill Center Benefit Auction
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Mary Mattingly

The Gualcarque River, 2020

C-print
68 × 14 in
172.7 × 35.6 cm
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The Watermill Center Benefit Auction

AP2, Edition of 7 + 2AP

This artwork is unframed.

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Signed, recto.
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Courtesy of the artist and Robert Mann Gallery
Mary Mattingly
American, b. 1978
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Through photography, sculpture, installation, and performance, Mary Mattingly imagines a dire post-apocalyptic future. In Mattingly’s imagination, humans are forced to live nomadically, scavenging the wreckage of civilization and living by their wits. She imagines (and sometimes develops) unique transportation solutions for her subjects, such as the Personal Flight Machine (2007) and Kart (2008), a shelter built on a bike In 2008, she also created the Waterpod™, an alternative living model that consisted of a movable, floating barge that could adapt to changing sea levels.

Mary Mattingly, ‘The Gualcarque River’, 2020, Print, C-print, The Watermill Center Benefit Auction
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The Watermill Center Benefit Auction

AP2, Edition of 7 + 2AP

This artwork is unframed.

This work ships from Brooklyn, NY. Shipping is the responsibility of the buyer.

Medium
Signature
Signed, recto.
Image rights
Courtesy of the artist and Robert Mann Gallery
Mary Mattingly
American, b. 1978
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Through photography, sculpture, installation, and performance, Mary Mattingly imagines a dire post-apocalyptic future. In Mattingly’s imagination, humans are forced to live nomadically, scavenging the wreckage of civilization and living by their wits. She imagines (and sometimes develops) unique transportation solutions for her subjects, such as the Personal Flight Machine (2007) and Kart (2008), a shelter built on a bike In 2008, she also created the Waterpod™, an alternative living model that consisted of a movable, floating barge that could adapt to changing sea levels.

Mary Mattingly

The Gualcarque River, 2020

C-print
68 × 14 in
172.7 × 35.6 cm
Bidding closed
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