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Mary Mattingly
Waterpod
Mary Mattingly is an artist and photographer in New York City. She is an artist in residence at the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council and at New York University. Her current work addresses issues of urban sustainability, water conservation, radical self-sufficiency, and innovative built environments. She is currently prototyping the Waterpod, a floating sculptural living structure that has the capability of unfolding into the formation of nomadic, self-sufficient, water-based communities. The project, along with redefining the concept of “living space”, encapsulates simple and effective technologies for water desalinization and purification, clean energy generation, and radically sustainable, autonomous living. It can be easily prototyped and remade in differing environments with diverse resources. Mattingly has also developed a prototype for a wearable home, which uses new developments in material research to redefine the concept of the home. She has recently held solo exhibitions in galleries around the world,  and has published work in The Village Voice, Le Monde Magazine, and Artforum, among numerous others. Mattingly studied at Pacific Northwest College of Art, Parsons School of Design, and Yale School of Art from 1996-2002.
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